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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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+ ,,1 s complete Sunday afternoon, filled with thrills of approximately 20 maneuvers before the upturned tans! 1Ct'nb)m'. wh',,,:! aviator at Titusville-Cocoa I r
r lightening-fast jet aircraft. flying in tight formation, of the crowds below in nrl. Mill demonstrate the versatility of a 20.>ear.old t
; completing dangerous maneuvers; the excitement of Ihe second featured event will be the ever popular Him aril aircraft| r'
(i :4 watching!;: skydivers leap from planes and fall thousands and nationally famous Dclaml, Falling Anrl'l'ho: will Mso 11lI'rl'111 be displays! of many now aircraft

of feet before parachutes open and drift slowly to open the program and appear again Utcr This! groupof ln'>m dealers from throughout the southeast, the latest of
\ earth are in store for North Brevard residents Sunday. )'oungsk'dlven have thrilled local people on several in private airplanes

r The Flying Posse, an energetic group of aviation occasions previously: including the Posse's show last This dlriliow will be a fly.in also, as the! Posse has
minded residents, is sponsoring its second Free Air year Invited Aviation clubs and dealers from throughoutthe

Show Sunday, beginning at 12:30 p.m. Chet Kirschnrr, local flight Instructor, will provide state and southeast to attend '
t d } The featured event of the day will be the 4pm. comedy with some novelty flying acts There will bo concessions op r.U'l; by the I'osse, I I'

appearance of the Navy:' Blue Angels, a demonstration Dob Lockrow of Cocoa Beach, will demonstrate the so no one! will hove t to bring a lum h.
team which has thrilled millions of people the vcrsality of the helicopter on the wide expanse! ot the !It'i fining: to be a big clay In North Brevard at eaAt

LIEUTENANT FRANK MAZZADRI, USN world over. The precision flying team will complete Arthur Dunn Airpark.Route! Arthur 1 Dunn Airpark CAPTAIN JOHN KRETSINGER, USMC

StarAdvocateThe : ,

Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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Btth J Year No, 44 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida Friday:! _April ID I 1064( 10 Pukes( Today Published .l\1ondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
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World's Fair Authority Has I To Air ShowAll I AsksAuthorityToOperate I

perking 'for the big Air Show Sunday afternoon will bt on _
the west side of Arthur Dunn Airpark because of safety' regulation

pitted Spectator by Federal should Aviation take Authority Garden Street or Tropic Street, wait to

Assured County Of Exhibit Singltton Avenue, then north on Singleton put the city water well Airpark

flaw, ,to the\west tide of the Airpark,
: A I large .n4 has. "been to'iwed..and there ))11'111110 amplt puking -
for all. In addition spectators will be limited to the west side only-
The B.revard'ounty World's. 'raised, but not before authority needed to see the project through an advantage. because of the sun In the late afternoon.All Ilio Titusvilte:Cocoa Airport the county-owned Mrrrltt Island I atlon in the district, as far ai
Fair Authority Is off and running members felt, Just a short time Heading the list of those endorsing ether streets to the airpark will be blocked. Authority may extend itself If the airport, which Is the county aviation is concern")."

with necessary funds for the ago, that the entire project the notes (Is authority Because of' safety regulations there will b. no parking as followS plant of Count/' Commissioner headquarters (for the mosquito lie added that more and better
county exhibit at the fair In Bight would have to be scrubbed due to treasurer Gene Roberts of Titus t Cm 'aulk are approved. control. control, through.. the full time

for the first time since the originof lack of funds. ville. On Williams Avenue East Street, Morgan Drive, West Street 'aulk suggested to the torn Titusvllle,Cocou Airport Authority authority operations officer Dick

the authority. Bishop explained the necessary Bishop told the commission and the north half of Christmas Hill Road all north of' Garden mission yesterday>> that he approach Chairman John C "Corky" Spangler could( create a better
Vice-chairman of the fair authority money had been secured through) ers the decision to endorse the the T.C airport authorityand Flake laid this morning that he working program for the two

Al Bishop, reported to members of the authority personally notes had been made after the Street.On the Old Dixie Highway to the east of the Airpark. ask them/ to take over the has not had a chance to study airports, especially, the Mcrrltt
Brevard County Commission thai endorsing bank notes to world's fair heads in New York ren|>orisibility and operation of the proposal and would! make n"> Inland, airport that Is having

.' the necessary money had been the tune of $10,000, the amount had told( the Brevard authority 01( litusville's Arthur Dunn AirparkIn comment on the operation until some problems now,
their change in decision to allow addition to the TC operation, such time as I the authority had, "Although I ain not real positive .

the local group to have a concession Zoning Board iaulk said on long as there time to study the proposal and to ( right now without reading
II.Pride's Community CalendarFor In their exhibit booth. talk to the commission about air up on It. but I believe that the
been a tax district set up for
"What are you gonna sell?". the I TituMville-Cocoa authority he port ownership and other proli legislative enactment' creating; f

( listings:: of community house Commissioner Dick Muldrew thought it could extend to the )ems, the airport authority, says the

wide interest and participation, Sunday, April 12 asked Bishop Ok's operation of the county.owned "I do think though Hake authority may administer any

call Jill Flunk, 2670285)), Book Fair, St, Teresa's "Probably orange juice, what RequestsSeven Arthur Dunn Airpark aid thouHhtfully. "that tlili and all county owned airports in
would make for bitter the "
a opir tax district Flake mused.
Friday April 10 12:30: p.m. Air Show plus Skydiving else? Bishop said pointing out The Airpark in the North lire-
Book Fair, St Teresa's Catholic Blue that millions of people would yard! (for the
featuring Navy's zoning change requests, Glenn L, Ilycr which would! allow headquarters mos-
Church, South U. S I. Angels, Arthur Dunn Airpark. view the exhibit In the ('')'11'11' of one special use permit, and submission him to operate a car rent quill control operation and moo Park Problems Back To Board .
the two-week period He said the
8:00: "King and I" amateur control batted
p.m. Monday, April 11 of a parking plan were al agency nt service >station> a* quito planes are
$lOO( () could be paid back from
Titusville Little
production also has
maintained hire It
4:00 pm Minor League try- proceeds of this acted upon Wednesday by Titus coiner of Hopkins[ and Garden and Brevard County Commission Freed th.it traffic to and from
Theatre TwirlAWajs Square
: outs, IRC Little League ball field. villc Planning and Zoning Board. St many privale owned planed and
Dancing, IRC Civic Center The commission was! informed Is the home of lirevard County yesterday referred the problems the trailer subdivision' would bon ,
The zoning requests were recommended -
Tuesday, April 14 Accepted parking plan for apartment
Saturday, April 11 that the fair fund raining to council as follows: building to be locatedon Sheriff's Flying fosse>> of a trailer subdivision and park a road through an Oran; :i
Book Fair, St Teresa',, 10 12 Garden Clinic, County would not have been much of a Rezoning application by R L. triangle between Not'wood, Jack Sdmala. mosquito control back to the zoning board after attorney grave, plus, the fact that it wonlt I
10.00 am Bnton Twirling1'ssons ; Courthouse Titusville, S. A Rose, problem if Brevard had been Hawk for property located on Watson and Brown off Garden director In concurrence with Jack Freed, representingthe be built In property surrounded

]' begin at litusvillo Rec- Asst. County Agent. given the two-year notice that corner of Williams and Grove St Faulk said, "I think it Is a realgood clcvelupersseat, more Information by groves and grove; owner
reation Department, Blanton 1:30.9:30: : pm North Brcvard some counties received from tne Idea The was. avail.ible for study were afaiH that great numbers of
withdrawn authority can keep
was as city attorney Under business board
Park, Landscape and Garden School, New York fair committee. But advised) building proposed for new the airport in good operating. The subdivision, north of Route orange pilferage would be the
2:00: p.m. Free Bar.BQ 10 &It final session Whispering Hills according! to Bishop, just a four : to council: condition for private aircraft" 111 west of Mims, had been ohjiction.ible result.
lot conformed to present zoning.
Sand Point, "Meet the Can'!'I- Elementary School month notice was given Brevard. Recommended : of Approval of parking plan for lie explained, that often fields, to property ownersin treed, HaH that the developers
approval rezoning
date" Bob Tmdall, Democratic 8:00: a.m. "Meet the Candi Bishop in the name of the for Bernard- beauty shop submitted by Norman that were good enough for the the vicinity and the objertloni would build a wall or fence 10
candidate for SheriffS date" Coffee for State Senator Brevard County World's Fair application Hurlbmt for property corner
mosquito! control bl planes were were voiced at tin zoning board protect the groves: and told commission
:00 p.m Pul lie 'Country Bernard Parrish, Citizens Bank Authority Issued a special invltation Hersch[ [for property located onHairiwn of Garden und Brown not good( enough for small private public hearing after which the that I ingress and egress!

Supper' sponsored by: Mims! Community Room Public invited to the commission to visit St extention to con Approval of parking plan for aircraft inning )board recommended den to the subdivision was on a

fireman's Auxiliary, Mima\ Fire- the fair. and the Brevard exhibit struct shopping center and retail Jack'on's Minit Market on Gars Also to he Included under the nisi of the proposed subdivision.." county' road, not through a grove

butintss>> Approval was. subject *. ZONING; On Page 8 authority's operation would bll The objections were. according to road as some had thought.
to donation of right of way to

Yoder city Tabltd!who application is requesting of rezon-Tom Benbow To Exhibit Plane .

ing for property west of the rail-

x road near Gibson school from
Rl to R3 to allow apart "
N'ival personnel and VIP trans- In 20 years this airplane has
ments. Board Kit a look of the K. C Denbow, veteran pilot Airpark
and bane operator at Titusvllle- Before Benbow assumes his (>(lrtlltl''" It wa shipped crated a total c-f unify 600 hours of fly,
area was In order before making
r recommendations Cocoa Airport will be the mauler duties e i 'MC" he will give a ir", Hawaii. assembled there but J'I8 i : fnn .It10 to i purchased at

Recommended: denial of application of cciemonies at the free air cli-nonslralion: In his Howaid the war came to an end and it Punta fiorda by ISenbow fc}r

show Sunday, ipon-ored by the airplane This plane was builtin wj!' unassembled! and shipped $300. he says, but in rebuiWtoj
: : of Gate Petroleum Co., represented
Flying Poiie at Arthur Dunn <94t and was to be used for back to the states it h. liken 3ta t yean of time
by Joe Mathcny requesting
und $2,009())( worth of labor and
: reiomng for piopertylicattd a material

on corner of urannig ': The iiitrm'iog HowarJ:
Ave sod Garden St to allow --

senlce ata.ion.ICcc.ommc.nded: rf r- Y"n wri hs i'tid pountli: his a 0c -
r approval of ap- ''li'' Uer, 4JOH&) Pratt and Whitmr -

plicatirn of Tom Yoder for rezone H in-jlne. Tl U;,aircraft will i

of property located at cornet cruise at 17) mp"\\ 10( .COO feet
"rI / trill
;. t 01 Ronald St. and I'ark ml has I seven.b"or range with

to allow retail store, Avo'l HA calla: fuel ctp.ictiy It car
commended denial of rt"t S pmuoiifcit' and baggage

I PRIDE BEAUTY Lori Kuehn, 18'earIble to compete in the Miss Teen-Age Flor ? ;t.'jn of Richard Clinton to re' I T Of .1'rpl 1 fclfeira tne has never nor hat bad Ube tituirltiral

old senior at Titusville High School, has ida Contest, and if the winner is 18-24, she tone property located on Prit f mmtiftort tr
D intpiwe structural
contestant in next week'sPride be chard Ave. to fellow duplex J
wUl for
qualified as a ( eligible the Miss Florida con fttsigw, Qabcw said
beauty contest, sponsored by Greattest.. Lori, whose qualifications are 5-6, Recommended: approval ut application t !
er Pride, Inc as part of Pride Month. 118 pounds 37-23-37, will offer her accomplishments by Mrs. II. D, Fulton 'The vctiriir piN l wJI: enter

The contest tins year will be operated on in modern jazz dancing: as hera for property between Main and ( :.' n 'h' ggshwo interesting
more sophisticated plane and judging talent. The contest will be held Saturday Tropic St on Brown Ave to al- | "'ta 'iu"- !,!.j\\lth,II bit of hisry -

will be on talent, personality) and beauty night, April 18. (S-A Photo). low construction of apartments.Tabled .) will b-o play when he
t The winner if 16-17 years old will be elig- special! use permit for K, C, .nbow'l 20-Y.ar-Old Heward land following\ h* uhibitlol1.e .


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Tltusvlll (Florida) Stir Advocate Friday, April 10, 1964 Poinsettia Circle

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. Holds Meeting '
-ul'J__ Mrs. Thomas Henderson[ and

Mrs. Don( Crum were hostessesto ira I

27 the Poirsettia. Circle of the
.. ; With, News And Notes Titusville Garden Club Wednes- Phone 287.3994 with car 301i
afternoon at the home of
0/ North, lirevard
The hostesses
Mrs N W Eryin -
.. served refreshments of delicious Lovely teenager Judy Dickinson event. dano, Carol Klier Helen Doer

assorted cakes and cookies was the charming hostessof Tantalizing kaukiu (Vod) rler, Diane Ivo, Vivian Robertson .

coffee and punch from a tea a Hawaiian Luau party last will be served In a lush tropical Kathy Humphreys Lor.

table beautifully centered withan Saturday evening in the homeof manner, Hawaiian.style, with Kuehn, Ruthle Eichert Jun

arrangement of spring flowers her parent, Mr. and Mrs wooden bowls of fresh fruit, Crabtree and Janet Meeker.Mr. .

silsNSWglw.s'.St9)fltalASyt' ) Registered' Duane Dickinson on Key Mad baby orchid wreaths and seashells

1 Stewart-Wentz ? .sew 1RMtykgy'tRse ,. 'w4 ..vlavWassv Nurses MeetThe During the business meeting erla Dr.Judy for centerpieces. Of f Ft. Walton and Mrs Beach Fred were Duebcck recent
members discuued PRIDE greeted each guest with Canakas and wahiams are requested -
North Brevard Registered MONTH which is this month. the traditional Hawaiian lei and to wear typical Hawii. houseguests of their old friends

Vows Said Nurses Organization meeting Pride along with the JC Wives pinned a flower in the hair of ian attire such as sans shoes, and neighbors, Mr. and Mrs

April 8, voted to have a dinner Rotary Club, IldialRiver City the lovely 'Wahlanis" (girls). muu-muu's, grass skirts, wrongs Robert Manning in their lovely

meeting in May this to be the Civic Center Indian River City The< "Wahianh" were stunning clam diggers Bermuda home at 639 Hibiscus Ave.
r March. 27 last meeting until Fall. Garden Club and Titusville in their colorful grass skirts, shorts and flower.printed shirts.

Two guests were Introduced! Garden Club, is launching a big sarongs and muumuus (we Guests will be greeted with the The Scottsmoor Home Demonstration
Miss Dean E. Wentz, daughter Ili Mrs Lewis, mother of Mrs. Nor clean,up campaign. "Plant 'n hear several made their own traditional Hawaiian lei's and Club Is sponsoring n

,. of Mr and Mrs. J C. Reid, 19 v man Clark, and Miss Mercedes Polish" week will be April 19 creations), while the "Canakas" "aloha" from the hostesses. We White Elephant Sale tomorrowto '

r .Dahlia Ave., became the bride of r Wlckham, pediatrics nurse at 26 and circle members were (boys) looked handsome in their hear some of the club members raise funds for a VolunteerFire

Barnes Hcrshcl Stewart Jr., son "" a Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital. urged to( make special efforts to bright shirts and Bermuda are working on a hula for part Department The rapid
-of Mr and Mrs. James H Stew ,
*" t Following the business meet. beautify their yards during this shcrts of the entertainment. growth of population and nev
prt. Sr of Mints, in. a
ing members of the organization time. women in the Scottsmoor an'a
'-March 27th at the First Meth The youngsters were served All in all, the committee mem-
1 7ar together with members of The circle voted to place a necessitates the need for a fin
r Terlyakls exotic
.:dijl Church, with Rev! EdwardW (meat on sticks), chips bers agree) with such :
Norman, pastor officiating) : at r Florida Nurses Association, enjoyed copy of "You Can Garden In and dip, Hawaiian tid bits, kaukau this will be one huulaulea department

jlio) 8:00: ) p.m. ceremony. Il '. a joint program. Mrs. Florida," by Mary Noble, on tropical punch and Pineapplecake the haoles (Americans) will The sale will be held at the I

7 The bride, given in marriageby p henry Merkel program chairman the garden shelf at the library. while seated around the never forget. home of Mrs. Edward ROM on

her father, wore an orchid introduced Dr. R. M lor- Plans were made for the May gay floor.table setting centered U. S. 1 from 9 a.m. until 3 p 111

.:. ?!rcs; with a white lace overlay edo who spoke on surgical pro. covered dish luncheon meetingto with Palm leaves and Palm pods Mrs. T. A. Stevens, Sr. of Anyone having donations OIl't
-and an orchid veil She carrieda d cure and' nursing care of certain be held at the home of Mrs filled with exotic flowers and Winston.Salem, North Carolina clothing, furniture or "wh.lt

white Bible with white lace urinary conditions Cail Threlkeld with Mrs. Sidney fresh fruit.Dancing arrived Sunday for an extendedvisit have yU"( may phone Mrs. Ro:

centered( with an orchid and Dr Loredo attended Medical Carraway, Mrs Beatrice by candlelight to soft, with her daughter and at 267.2398. All items will n.

t white and orchid streamers. t" College in Havana, Cuba and Goald, and Mrs. Henry Goetheas sweet Hawaiian music amidst family, Mr. and Mrs. (Dorothy) greatly appreciated.

Mrs\ Jean E White, matron of '" > ti !>' +t took his residency at Buffalo, co-hostesses the enchanting Hawaiian decorations Hnshaw of 3444 Rosehill Ave, -
N. Y then returned to Cuba Guest Rose, .... ..
honor, wore a pink taffeta shift asa speaker was Syl was a perfect conclusionof Norlh/ .... ...
: "\vitb\ pink lace overskirt and bod practicing physician In 1959 whose subject was "Sharingyour a fun.filled evening for Judy I ,.'. .. ATt 1 1alesLi.e

-j'c. She carried a bouquet of or he came to Florida and has been Garden". lie gave many and her guests: Linda Marcum
1 hid- and white. in Titugyille since 1901 tips on planting and caring for Leslie Lepene, Jim Robertson, Thirteen may be considereden I Ketttucky. t frld Ck ekCK fJl'aR

Flower girl Sheri White wore a plants and lawns in this area, and Bobby Kato Deneda Scott unlucky number but anyone I ... .".__. D

:')pink' organdy dress trimmed In Chicken Supper stressed improving the soil( be- Diela Rodriguez, Cuarlene Duel eyeing the thirteen lovely, curvacious .". .. ...
-white lace with white head. fore planting trees and shrubs. lette, John Wise, Ed Keller entrants In the Miss

Apiece, white shoes and gloves and Saturday, April 18 Members enjoyed a question( and Pam Nidy, Tony Helms, Linda Pride beauty contest would

carried an orchid bouquet. The Ladies Auxiliary of the answer discussion during whichhe Sandusky Fred Decker, Jean- bably feel otherwise. Pride pro-I'

H Ring bearers were Jerry Gill. > Titusville Fire Department and answered many questions nie Hoskins, John Meister, Pat is sponsoring the contest,
""' ask
"Jnan and Teresa White. Elbert about gardening. connection with Pride usHOW
the Order of the Eastern Star Matheny, Jeannie Puckett, JackPowell.
'W. Stewart served as best man will sponsor a Chicken Supper Jim Boyles and Pat Gor( for girls from 15.24. The win '
:and ushers were Ricky Adams r with all the trimmings and all Nu Phi Mu Elects Jon ner, depending on her age, will to

-and Pete HigdonZT you can eat Saturday, April Slate Of OfficersNew represent' this area in either
For her daughter's wedding, 18th, at the Titusville.IRC Fire the Miss\ Florida or Miss Teen- !
2--Mrs. Reid chose a turquoise shiftand Station officers for the ensuing Speaking of Hawaiian luau's.ilorida age Florida beauty contests I'I' getlhlsfamous(
white accessories. Thegroom's Mrs James H. Stewart, Jr year were elected at the last
Everyone is invited to attend Greeters Newcomers j
Applications are still being
both wore a two piece meetlrg of Phi Beta Mu of Nu
.llue lull with bone accessories The profits will be shared by both Phi Mu held at the home of Mrs club Is going great guns with accepted and may be obtainedat I make
Varied Agenda Highlights organizations plans for their hoolaulea
'**' A reception was held following Ann Lyle on Lakeview Drive. the Chamber of Commerce( ,I
the ceremony. Elected were Doris Hooker, (party) on April 18 at Whisper office or by phoning Fran Parte !

:;., Following a wedding( trip to Junior Woman's Club MeetElection Pink Lady ScheduleThe president; Gale Sellers, vice Hills Country ClUb. Committee low at 2672133 Judging will been $8995automallc
-West Palm Beach the couple are president: Sharon Brawn corresponding chairmen met Tuesday morn- talent beauty and poise.
;jow at home at 1905) Old Dixie Pink Lady Schedule, secretary; Mary Jo leg at the home of Mrs. John Entrants to date are Rebecca

JIwy., Titusville, where the of officers, annual quet will be held on May 5 at week of April 12 through 18th, Billsborough( recording /secretary Keefer) on Pinecrest St to coordinate Cooke, Sylvia Smith, Candy

broom: is employed( with Paul reports, and a talk on Landscaping the Torch Club Members and at Jess Parrish Hospital is as ; Margaret Hensley, treasur' their plans for the Shcllendarberg, Barbara Sal
Hardiman Construction Co., Cape highlighted the April 7 their guests wishing to attend follows/ : er. -

::ennedy. meeting of the Titusville Junior must have their reservations In Sunday, April 12 morning: The cultural program, 'Be eoo.e..oo..ooseoo gas
Woman's Club. by April 29 with Mrs. Marny L. Rash; afternoon: M. Doerrler,

Brown, Mrs. Sheldon Brown or J. Skinner, N, Shields; evening: Death Your Feet" was presentedby : WE GET THE MESSAGE water
*ri irst Methodist Newly elected officers are: Mrs Jerry Morgan, on the .
Mrs. Tom Gru enmeyer. H Conner, M N. Cason. :
;{:i iJJle; Schedule President, Mrs. James Luce; Mrs C. A. Terhune and .Mrs Monday, April 13 morning: types styles and value of rugs. heater
?r .C. ATcihunc Members
First Vlce-presldellt, Mrs present were Mary for
The' Sylvia Aldrich Clrd will Second vice.president, r" J. K. Davidson, will be in chargeof L. Jones, L Willis; afternoon: Jo Billsborough Sharon Brown, I : you : I
meet: at 10:30: a.in. at'.the home ; I a Rummage and Bake Saleto J. Ryan, G Williams; evening Diane
Mrs: )Richard Van Horn; Re Robinson, Margaret Hen I Republic
wwf Mrs. John Ccndall 20 South be held on May 2 at the J. Phelps, R. Williams, C. Wilj .
Secretary, Mrs. Good- sley, Doris Hooker, Bonnie Griffith Model
cording W30-RXS
:ESVilllams St Mrs Byrd Cutright Chamber of Commerpe Building lairs, M. Willis : a :1
kind} corresponding Secretary, Jerry Morgan. Gale Sellers,
t-will: have the program and Mrs. Tuesday April 14 morning: Gallon Capacity
Jule Schmidt and Treasurer Jeannea Patterson Sponsor Mrs.
IJ:ura Poe will have the devoljional ; L. Pettit F. Tuten L Browning S TltusvilU Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach o Glass Lined
Mrs. Donald Simon. The State Convention will be Lyle and one guest. Miss
:>:z. The Joy DeLeon Circle willjeffieet Annual reports were given by held April 13 to 16 in Jacksonville : afternoon: M. Kraus, F. Gaynelle Coon, were also present I 267-5530 636.7031eooe.oe.eso.eoeeoa. Insulated
Thompson! ; evening: D. Curtis
on Tuesday, April 14th, at the following( officers and chair. President Norma Larks encouraged C. Waterrose D. Willis\ I I IQYearWarrantyDELIVERED

<"*:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs J. men: members to attend. Wednesday April 15 morn.

rC Patterson, Rock Pit Road. Mrs. Wm Huffman, second Jack Sicbcnthaler] of the Florida ing: E. Bamforth L. Estrada;

; Irs Sam Cadwallader will have vice president reported on the Nursery and Landscape afternoon: V. Gass, L. Browning .

Mhe !devotional and :Mrs Richard money.raising projects of the Co., guest speaker, was unableto ; evening: E. Chaudoin, T. I (; 4 t

Claridge will have the program. past year, including the Winter attend but spoke to the group Howard, J. Wilson J. Wilson

:!&l baby-sitter will be provided at Carnival The Money Doll, through the use of a tape recorder Thursday, April 16 morn r rmTnE

Hennessey[ Hall/ Hostessing at Publix Marketand His subject 'Liv ing: S. Puckett, P. Short $ PING TRAILERS?
I:? The Elizabeth Howell Circle
Gus Faulk Chevrolet Build. able I andscaping provided his Oroskl: afternoon: Z. Cutter, ;3,.
fiI) meet on Tuesday. April 14th. Ing. listeners with many helpful hintson SEE IT ON They Call RAT
Roberts, J. Tolls; evening: L. DISPLAY TONIGHT & SAT.
;pit: 9:30: a.m. at the home( of Mrs
-dohn Gaines 1732 White Ave., MM Richard Goodwin, re planning their own gardens. Webster, J. Goodin PIRTLE PLAZA
bicbenthaler stressed that
with Mrs. John Reefer as co- cording secretary who was in Friday April 17 morning: 1
:rhottess. Mrs. Ed t Norman will charge of keeping the minutes Good Landscaping satisfied the V. Shuler, I. Oesterieichcr:
afternoon M. Salter, W. Whalen
:Lave> the program and Mrs. and records. Mrs. C. A. Ter : ;I I s
Jerry Valek will have the dc hune, corresponding secretary, material gains romance evening: J. Hughes J. Moore, April Special
otional. health, safety emulation, B. Hinds.
who compiled the yearbook and comfort, sensory pleasure, curio- WEEKEND 2000 10.00
Saturday, April 18 after
took of all
family ReunionAt care correspondence. sity, which all adds up to dom. WEEK .
Skinner N.
Dept Heads giving reports included tic noon: : I 4000 20.00. end it', a dandy
Home e happiness evening C. Young, L Rash, C DISCOUNTS FOR LONGER
;? Douglas : Mrs Charles Massey, He! listed important needs in Munro PERIODS! Sleeps 5, tows hand-

:: Mr. Douglas Holland of Tit Conservation Dept.; Mrs. Rich. mod gardens today living'' ;fly anywhere, a
ard Van Horn Affairs Make Your t
Community Reservations Now For Summer Vacation
Usville was the hostess at a fam area play area, color effect, I breeze to Kt up .
; Mis Peter Gaenlcke, Fine I CALL
-riy reunion of the cousins of the climate control, privacy pro In minutes. h'sl bks I,
Arts Department; Mrs. H[ T. yowrown ; I
Hate Jim and John Angel off'lorence Walker, Home Life Department; vision for furniture lighting, anda DOUBLE 'J' CAMPERS motel on wheels
Ala., at her home here 'service yard.Siebf'nthaler 2476 Old Dixie Hwy. Tlttuville. Fla. 267.1584 Find
IDiis Mrs Jule Schmidt Public M out more about it 1
week fain Dept., Mrs. Jack Freed stressed that the k I
Together for the first time in Youth Conservation; Mrs. Fred garden I n a place for People, not .I.Iy I

several years and enjoying re Griff, Membership, merely for exhibItion. The design -
2iimscing:;' were: .Mr and Mrs. should be dynamic new 4 1V I
Mrs. Glenn Chapman, Library
-Sidney Mill, Los Angeles., Mrs. ideas are Important A good
Board; Le Roy Jones, Hours;
Jlalnard Christian, Columbia
plant selection should perform at
Mrs. Don Simon, By Laws; Mrs. ADDITIONSAND
-'l'l.'nn.: Mrs. R. E. Atkins, Cull. least two purposes, ie shape
:Shan: Ala, Porter B. Angel, Richard Simonet, Winter Carnival and beauty He added that wE "
wind children John and : Mrs. J. K. Davidson, County .
Kathy, gaud plants were good invest. LEM
ZSanford federation Meeting and NomInating Pao
mints and;) Increased in value andCONNECTED
Committee. Mrs. Mark NEED
with optimum He stressed IRATION
Goodkind, Publicity; and Mrs. care pER I
THE DORIS LAMP SHOP that common sense and imagination E
Jack Larks president. AAO
: LampIMPORTS/ ..efylistsj I ate important in planninga SOLVED even toSuburban
The above mentioned memo REPAIRS I > I Ie
/garden for those who p."pr! h..vilya Q
ben were responsible for such ROOM
-. DECORATOR .1 projects concerning the Winter ;

.. CUSTOM Carnival, Rehabilitation Center, I
Ov.r 500 to -r" Choral Finest
Workshops Society, .
a / I
choose from I Folding;
Christmas Baskets, Sunland
All SixesI -I Training Center, Story hours, Chair A new anti-perspirant that I
All .. really works! Solves under I
__ Shapes! _.. Hope Ship new club by-laws, Value arm problems for many who I GAS SERVICE
Colors! County Home, Sewing contests, had despaired effective help.

3HE DORIS LAMP SHOP Day in Court Cookbooks, Care, Mitehunt Antl-Ftrsplrant i WITH FREE
.... '. keep underarms absolutely
I ho I M. IIIoIIw.el'! I and many more. SUBURBANPROPANE
I. f>)OAI FONT ON.\>.,t:. ". \. dry for thousands of crateful
The annual Installation ban. ss,4ssp.clol user Positive action coupled UP TO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES I
with eomplttt gtntlentis to
Hoivial' Am and clothing !I. I OAS SERVICE

T-t LEARN( EARN $39aAs made formula possible produced r-oldl by new by a.type trust-of. DESIGN-AND PLANNING SPECIALISTS IN COMMERCIAL' AND INSTALLATION I

worthy-y laboratory.s. RESIDENTIAL ADPITIONS & I needed

Secretarial Courses I.........a.. ewIy, .h M4......, .ti.f In action guaranteed Don't CONSTRUCTION REMODELING
give to perspiration
... worries
Spcedwriting Shorthand ::::. h .stNax :-- ; try Mitchum Antl.Per.tpirant Call for details
today. 90-day mjp/y/
: Classes Now Forming! WITN gQ01g0 stuart (i.00 plea tax.Nowa.w UP TO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES SUBURBANPROPANE

_0.C..I.31. Cream ftrmula
; 5.v' _aus area
HOWfLL'SBUS ew 5.114,MeI'M a sees Same prfee-tame poiihve iKtion.

I REXALL DRUGSIndian Tltwvill.. P. O. Box 2122 Phoo AM 2019 N. U. S. No. 1 I I

1528 S. Washington 267.1161 Dial .AM ,7-6859 I River Plan ,O.ee 30 Tiara Construction & Horn Flaanclng Exp.rUne* 7-3Sft I AM 7.6411Pag.2 I


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April 10, W4 Tlfuivlllt (Florida: ) Stir Advotafe Page'', boys nominated, which Is the< men representing Clubs from Saturday evening tht'ft'111 be fd since window swur;; wide rIn of spring flowers and nests! of
---- -. ---- maximum: number allowed M frMiril (fonnfv Highland rouniv hootenanny anti
.. .... Square Dinnng I t in the delightful: spring/ Irene: \frlcan violet Uonun Club
"" .. ,---- ... this time. From this group of I and Broward County were' also( '
"r-r-- '
.::'1. 1', The living room was decorated members were Invited to callS J'
0' : six: boys three were elected to be present Farewell! Coffee with bright( colorful arrangements: .e I I.R.C. NEWS On Peg 4 t.:!
: topped out" at the Order of the From Bward County, !\Mrs A Farewell Coffee honoring: ---- -
Arrow Campfire on Saturday Sue B Yours:. Hume Demonstra !\Mrs N'icK Lauletta popular
night at the Camporee. The boys lion Agent: Mrs. :Muriel\ Graham,
young matron of Indian River '
nominated were: Chris Kraft VKO President of the Indian City. who, with her family, I is Brevard Lumber 'I
Chuck DavIs. Bill Nortcutt Den liner City Home Demonstration moving from this ores tu Valley Company

ny Conrad, Ed Freeman and Cecil Cluh and Mrs. Virginia Kessol Forge!: Pa., was given last Tuesday READY.MIXED.IN.TRANSIT CONCRETE

Rejnolds The three electl.twill frcro the Cocoa Home Demonstration morning at the home of Mrs Building Material Lumb.r hint
not know who they are until I Club represented the James Plumb 8SO EdgewnodRd I WE BUILD 0 Hardware
county at this meeting):! It was a ROOF TRUSSES
next Saturday night. with :Mrs! Joseph I Draper
Let Us Gin You An Estimate _
four hour spirited meeting, with
Kennedy as (hostess .
classes in the morning and num Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831
h'j LlltU League Tryouts Pat was entertained at a fan
irons crafts were to be presented
Little Aswc well coffee Tuesday ,II
The IRC League in the afternoons The morning!!
lation began the Major League first evening will be given over Mrs. Plumb's home Sporting anew I --- --- ----

tryouts at the Ball Field last to a skit on the history of "HomeDemonstration" "Pi'lie" haircut the Iwnore,
Monday at 5.00 p.m. There were followed by a looked! lovely In a pretty paste1' I

five 9.year old: ten' 10-year old ; "acquainted" eighteen lljear old and seven Mrs. Plumb the hostess. greeted
Since the National Home Demonstration
12.year old present to participatein guests: in a lovely silk eostum-'
(Convention will bo heldin
these events All tie managers of orchid and pink of her own
the Honolulu this year the second creation Mrs\ Kennedy hostess
I Ix were present to help get try co-
'\ outs started and watrh the boys. evening at this Camp will IK( presided at the silver tea

It was decided at this time devoted to staging a Hawaiian servue She wore a suit of soft
that it would be more beneficialto "Luau" with slides from Hawaii yellow silk organza: over pique

.. .,. : the boys to break up the tryouts 1 _and .planation of_Hula_ dancini.! : :\o air ('onditionlnwas/ need Kte[ e
into two groups. The 9 and ..
tAT 10,>'ear olds would tryout on
:M .. ..; t'" and the
Tuesday and Wednesday

FAREWELL COFFEE Mrs. Nick with her on the couch are Mrs. Joseph, 11 and 12 year olds would try Bank at ,

Lauletta was honored at a farewell coffee Draper Kennedy (left), co-hostess with out on Thursday afternoon 5:00:
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. James Mrs. Plumb at the coffee, and Mrs Nick p.m. and Saturday morning 9:00: (jf; t
I Plumb. She is shown here (center back Turopoljac (right). In front (left to right) a.m. It has been agreed that the mailbox 4

row) looking over the Indian River City are Mrs Plumb, Mrs J. W Sam and Mrs. Players Auction will be held next your

Woman's Club press book, which she kept Harold Gray.-Photo( By B.) Sunday afternoon and the results ,.. <
I. will be published as soon as pns I '
for the club this Year Looking 11 over
sible to ; 11 WOMEN'S
Indian River South Tirusviile Happenings All the boys who are particl save : "'
pating in these tryouts are asked !
I to be at the ball field, Indian River / LAS51C
next Monday at 5:00: i time \ 1.
City steps 4
Meets At Civic CenterThe a'
Garden Club p.m. along with the Minor Lea It.
gue bo's. The boys that make a DasskhEELS
major league team will be noti ,
Indian River City Garden explained that the Cereus is I 1 215 Laurel Street. fied at this time and the remainIng WI' Rlfpp1jOil/ t 1
Club held its regular monthly Benin: of Cacti of very divers e boys can tryout for the Mln\
meeting last t Wednesday after habits It is mostly found 1 il s New Clllsent or League. I tier/ funiti'bii '"

goon, at the Civic Center. South America and the Wes t Mi and Mrs. Robert Day oft Pays and parents are reminded f mf/il i / foniix.Mothers "' I Lit.\, .4 J
Present were: Mrs. Leonard F. Indies and can also be cultivate!( 1035 Thoreau Avenue are the' that if a boy does not make a i \ "

Bobo, Mrs. M. F Breedlove, in the warmest parts of the U. proud parents of a new baby major league team it does not I J, /:. I
Mrs. W. H. Boshoff Mrs. Nich S. or in green houses boy corn at Jess Parrish Memorial follow he will drop out. The i I

alas( Gentile! Mrs. J. J. Holley Following her excellent talk, Hospital last week. Then < Minor League of this city is a I
Mrs J. H Leight Mrs\ L. B. Mr:*. W. H Boshoff spoke o l baby weighed 6 Ibs 11 ozs ot good strong league and is still and other busy people always appreciate timesaving I: 1

Newman Mrs. Reuben Peters 'Mishit Blooming Jasmine.'1 birth. Mrs. Bay formerly taught growing. The more boys who go I convenience and that's what you get when
Mrs. Carl Signorelli Mrs. C. I. She told of a single species o:t Spanish at Parkway Junior Higi! : into it, the stronger it will be I
Stearns and Mrs Edward J. Me- Jasmine.like tree of the Ohvi e> School in Titusville I you bank with us and bank by mall. There's a "branch

Gee. Mrs. Earl Rollins was a family, known as "Nyctanthes" Camp Cl v.rl..f Bank as near as your nearest mailbox
guest t at this meeting a native of India and cultivate d Members of the IRC Home
: Troop :310, Boy Scouts '
Mrs. M. F. Breedlove President I. in a limited region where. citru t Demonstration Club have been I' Financial Partner in Progress
Scout 310 met for
Boy Troop
presided at the meeting fruits are relatively safe suet( told that the annual camp at
and routine business followed. as Central and Southern Florida, its regular meeing at the Civic Camp Cloverleaf will be held this i 99
i I Center last Tuesday evening. from Thursday, May 28 to c,1ihalf Not The Oldest *
V .
A thank-you note was received extreme Southern California aru year *
Tom! the IRC Home Demonstra adjacent Arizona. This plan I Games were played on the court Sunday. May 31st The General Not The Largest vx nH I
oiit' >ide for few minutes before< pe'
Theme is "Learn to live live to Dut The Best'!
!Jon Club for the use of Garden has very iragrant night bloom PAIR
a the meeting commenced. OpenIng .
learn" Brevard County is tne
Club dishes at their recent ing fhwers' In Florida the!I
c"remony was in charge of Host Club (for this year's wo
tree thrives well in r
spaghetti supper. a variet
Mrs. Breedlove appointed a of soils and is propagated b)y Glen Archer, Scoutmaster. Due men's camp.
envelope were distributed and At a meeting at the HolidayInn First National Bank ALL I
Nominating Committee to furnish cuttings of half ripe wood ovei r
attendance and dues were recorded at Lakeland, last Tuesday ,
!! a slate of officers for the bottom heat.Following .
April 7. County Home Demon. I ST SizesAnd
ensuing consisting of: the Mrs, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
year program, Several announcements were stration Agents from Brevard J'
I Mrs! C. I. Steam Chairman L. B. Newman hostess from t '
Lake and
marta Hillsborough
as follows: North .Brevard's Only Home Owned Bank I
and members: Mis Gentile, buffet table decorated with yellow j Polk County were present Wo
Muss William Diehl and Mrs. L. day lilies, served the mem 1. Boys who have not paid _ __ Many
|, their $1.00 for insurance should
B. Newman. Mrs. Breedlove re bers and guest with ginger ale e
get it in by next meeting.
ported on being approached to float and cookies.
2. Reservations for Camp La ,
havethis Club join with"Pride" Next meeting of this club will I l
Noche are being accepted now
but the club voted that be on May 11, when new officer
and boys should start turning In
s nce there are not enough! act will be elected. /
their money. The troop will go to eStom55ttMniteMa4uto
ive members they could not
Camp the week of June 14-20.
participate in any projects. From Ala.
Glen Archer will accompany
Program at this meeting wastYon.fold. Brian Gooch, a student at the

Mrs Leonard Bobo University of Alabama recent. them. ,, : K 'HUHf
3. The Canaveral District
gsve an interesting talk on ly spent a few days visiting at .
Camporeo will take place behind
Night Blooming Cereus Sne the home of John W. George, ...the family store ;,"*
Orlando Utilities Plant this '''' '1'

wf'ek.end. Those who were at the ,.,w ,, "..., >t. ))4 i
CATALOG! ti.n i Nry '
Scout meeting on Tuesday night red ,rlr ? h ,

and plan to go should be at the

Civic Center at 5:30 P. M, on frl fHf

Friday, April 10 Return will be ,
made about noon Sunday April
12th I

&nd duty rosters for the Camporcc .

These will be posted so

that the inspectors may be ableto Special Anniversary Prices on hundreds of items for the entire QUALITY ,Ir I
see them during the camp- :

ore*. family. If you have not received a copy of our Sale Catalog, be GENUINELEATHER
The last thirty minutes of the

meeting the older boys who sure to ask for one when you come in.MORLEY'S .
have organized themselves intoa I

Senior Patrol, came out and
joined! the rest for an Order of SHOESGOODY'S

the Arrow ejection. This election WESTERN AUTOCorner
is held once each year andis
IN DURABILITY to honor those boys who have

had at least IS! days and nightsof Washington and Broad Tltusvllle 287-3321

camping There were six I

I IN EASY PAINTING SAVINGS K 'lf u'arf ouetasllo a7{aatSekeu "Chug. Sfatelf SAVINGS I NEW AT


*.tTERRIFIC New Shipment 01M


/NVUY.O ,. .. UlV..s.I e Names Arriving
$ T85 e 1/4-CT, DIAMOND RING JEWELRY DE" SPECIALS! ::4hn.':',Ten.:"<,kofl, On*' 788 Ballet
I C is
L.di.1'I..ed ..//l/.lr.' Nn1
H 11.1( .hN1 N Y.Ikr ..I/. 498 MEH'S 4 LADIES' 17-J. WATCHES
si's. ,,", DIAMOND PENDANT : 99
t1, : I I I I

has painted more houses than any ; : w N Y.Iltr Nk. 124tH 990 MEM'; HELBROS'or; WAltHAM

G.E. ALARM ...,,'. W.lth.M ...
other paint in the world '/2-CT. DIAMOND BRIDAL SET a.N.M' N o"Ni. II'....CLOCK. tmrfrmmt*>..*>..*w.leh.Nn124..M m.H,.11''n/.. 1497| STYLES! .

1.11' ..s. I.. ,..nMid..! Nt ...... ....... hue..ia.. 29 53411 her.

hN. "' /24.24 138. MEWS AUTOWIND WATCHES 1Complete Line of Men's
e Lash longer. Saves you money

I Endorsed by leading painters. .v.rywfitrt' f f/rCT DIAMOND RING ASSORTED CullurW .....*. t.,,,.1> PENDANTS..* N'I MM.,* Wiltft.m."i...I.?.-,(.MdkrM.. :H.. .loailMu 4H Orwnmtown ._*. 966 WORK SHOES .
p ,..o. k/L.' ILn.M NIIb'.. tmn4 ..""..... 7.I!Y.1 toMM C ........,n.. ,....".i.it ...., MJ f1Olio. *
e Easier than ever 10' apply 1! N HIM. 244.2415 99 .c te IYi 1..1 For Every Type of Work


1-a. DIAMOND BRIDAL SET .....". .!art.iII UkM W."' OwM, ahlMII..w : =' 00 5" TO 12"SHOES OPEN
11. Ii.ny MM.I M I. (..... M6TRANSISTOR.. .Iuo. 29 r.nl.JT!. .. 'r.'Su'TS' 1 11 .
NkN YMYr NN. 1724.24 1970C .._ II.? 1IWI

Sherwin Williams Paints M RADIO a MUDiES'y1' : '
,';' 'TnmMtor, r..,lfc tmmvitt -. .... ,, ._,, ,, .... WAKIBrool t
BREVARD PAINT & DECORATING' ..., ........ .... NM 34 'U4. -
WL/ e I Ie M 1 e e / |88 < .... w.j, .... "._ ..._
.... .. .... lalra .. g/
MM.UII& Q4 MIN mmrmtomnm who. '.. 1.11 .r. / .'

PHONE 287.7324 t. /j 4lf1 t.Shp StMd/ICmemt3| | BIG APPLE: PLAZA TITUSVILLEFrIday .

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Page 4 Tltwivlll (Florida) Star AdvocaN Friday April 10, 1M4 Spears, Becky Adams Donna 18 and 19 was discussed and last IX 1\1:11111! :THE CIBCTIT IVIl UL COCBT<.11111 OF I\'.THE 110AJU Sealed. XOTICE blda will FOR be r.celved BIDi by the ...tol compliance r>.K rltTiriUIH with HOUIM NiMHla I I' n

IU.'K.. .. t."IoTt..KI. \. Tltuavllle-Coioa Alrpvrt Authority NumbviLawa _
tOil Chapter
Thomas Sandy George. Sherry minute plans were made Helen ...' '1\ 1.16'101"\' up to I:JO P,M. April 17. 1J '. elIhe No II'S.of Florida Ada of 1941 ,?

Christian. Mrs. Marilyn Greenhalgh Blalock Sharon Clay and Penny Kiddle, c.-trotary read the mm. 1u.. 1MI11 CornmlMlonera Room.lurldn County for: und ullCn,,<1 will reglater will
Focks all from Indian .NUTICL ur nirFKANK Courtnouae; Tltuivllle, Clerk of Ihe Circuit Com In i I.
i : and Mrs. Ova Townscnd RfyerCity utes and I lit upecial candles for* amissionary. "Ii jirl 11"10..1. lil. vita" tiiuDlANrORU H> duur aeuan Autumatlu 'liauannaaion proof of publication .ofKK "

Indian River News I Those present at the general Molly led In the girl answulng by saying the .."....... .. ............d. l..u.w.du.IlY wuei. .loano nut lena than HIO"1"JDANA,1,1" .
City V.W.A.atl'hword.. Sandy Ceo ....It ... 'I.u....... Hi I lucdei., V. Engine!; nut .leaatuun ,,, '.
rlll'ftlnliCNt're.\ Mrs P. II. Wal.Im..e. prajcr. Each girl gave her name PI.lnUrra.ve. ll1u lIo.vp..wer. uutaiae. rearview "tV A.LTY.U unucr which ,I,1,, :
rge pieBi-nted the program "The mirror. bucK up ligma, gaged In Kial K.late Urokc-, ,?' .
Kiiffcr! Mrs church and position
Mrs in hir
dB.iixier ,
I Jewish (hrlstian Krlationships". Wfc.L.L.B' and I'fcARLv recirtuiating' healer anu hit rlimlh Waaliington Avenn' iluavllle i
(Continued from Page 3)) nue. Frank i is a director of Station Mai v in Yasser Mrs Carolyn Y.WA a.i4.a., tile .. .*e. Oi.AOiaVv live 101 .:IXi M t PlY n'... Florida and that. thi. i ialgnid "" '
Oonnd human also gave an Int .. .... not luaa than 4U auipeiu aueinalor 1 Ii the only licriun hit ,
WrLA Channel 8, at Tampa Green It ........ U.. t'n u ..nol ... ,
Stokes. Mrs Marilyn Mrs Surrency then told about l-'l aneed. elecincwipeia .
from 10 :00 a.nt. till 11:30 am <'restin, talk about some of Cinlttllrt. uol uuibkuu.. ItllVlllit two I In laid bualneaaDated
halgh, Mrs Iiuz Hill. Mrs Essie the YWA i.ymn: and the AMI ......H, WU( U( HfituoOUl and wliulHhicId' wa.i.eie.' at Tlluavllle Florida. i I" <
and there was both an air of the Jewish beliefs anj cclcbraton 1'Vc.i.i.a. oec cu.VVH.UAM dlroctlonal aignala' equipyeU' day of March. AD. lift! I IC I.
and sadness Lucas Mrs Joy Ward Mrs Y.WA. Watchword (Daniel 12:3)). < Molly Hodges present A W t-LLe: anubculi w.ih puwer itvertna auu puwer W Danenburg
: <
gaiety as guests
came an vent. From S. C. Jean Taj lor Mi '. Ucitha! Crocker She also told about the five divisions cd "Him to Witness to Jews". WELL.*, .t. ai.Uefend.nlal. brakea, actory,. color:tdeluxe llgnt )ireen air conditioning March JO. 27. April 8. ID. (Frl i I ,

The La*ul ctt as were the first Mr and Mrs. Willie J. Reid Mrs. Bclva fcwerlfater.&; Mrs.Carul'n of the Y.W.A.'. and an-1 Mr and Mrs. William LRicd of the YWA .eduu,. Inilalltnenta.All .' )KIN III 0111\1.I CIHI'III'. |"
Mrs. Polly Armstrong growth through grantedfuruifh 0' 01"'" II'h' :: .
family to buy a house on Cleveland of I'lfdmont. S.C., recently Carey. pra>'ei cl."u. ,... Inle'e.1 uy. 'be munied Mid 14Hedan : ,% MI rOK HHfc .VKI) ll\n
end. the >cars Sherry Ulal'>ck tlpnlirestilled All'port on lull ouliidecoruer .OHIO tIN .
Mrs O\a Toy, l1 \ -- under or .,.,U.. t |
: Road consequently .Pat was visited hire at the home of Mr ) the live ideals .........M ... WIIo1.I." .uu of bid envelop* til \ N( r:K% M). *7II"0Nliril
the fir.t to around ringing Mill Sue Craddock Mrs Betty (lof wkbLe: The Alip go: ; NOKA b. liia wile,
door-bells as more feltlers arrived and Mrs, W. A CliristuH, Mrs Deloies Surrcncy Y.W.A.'II. Mrs Currency present. MEN & WOMEN wuu .are known to be ueau.TO the right to reject .any and all RIDOKWOIlD': 11I.\VIi'jU"1.: ,
blda. douievtlc bunking curporailniVa "
el. the Aims fur Advancement UtAD\8 WKLLB!: CllClt'J ITU.Weatwuud .
in tile nrigliborhoud A Mrs Ailine Kirkland COUTLANU FLAKE::, 1'1. ""
I StewardshipChurc.it Molly Hodges spoke about Kaal llunia. bluuetaia. .
Charter Member\ of the Inlian Week will\ be Mrs Mary Ann Creil. Mrs jlieYWA uuulevaril, ".u'U' city CHAIRMAN 1IIU8VIULKCOCOAAIKPOHT. : ARLLUN,; 1\1. PAYNE!:, a wld"
Loyalty .
Dedication, Sandy t.eorse luwa, andHAiSK W. O.lU- DefriTO
River City Woman's Club she at the Central June Junes. 1\111'. Kj>' Andre and HTH her huabanil. If living.AMK ALTIUiRiFTHKhVAKD '
pin next Sunday presented the five tlMinttivs IBM CUUNiK.iLOKHM : AULEEN M PA1NK
: has server! on various committees tral Lhurch The em fl visitoi Mrs Juil> Patterson. ( WtLl.8.!: IW Cbeaiuullicet Kraldence c'nkniiwnYOU '
Hnptist of the YWA's. Penny t-uaifwouu New Jersey
endless and Apr. 8. lu ,t'rl.I) im.1NUTKh AKK HbKKBY! NOTII" I ,
and ..
projects \V .
II..A.V :
phd I" vull be to broaden the Mrs Penny Kieiicr taught: the rocks hpoke about the Y W'A; Hanover& Iruaicu viaMauufaclureia that a ault to torecloae a Menu, ._
: was this Year's F'tess anil Press MACHINE TRAINING IMI-.MI01 10KtOISTrK ha. bou lied agulnat you. in,
Christian concept of Stewardship l'eule much about the Jewish magazine. "The Window". .. MM falk Avenue New 411' :
N\MK' Court by the abovi' i..
above "
Chairman .
E. (* .u. .w o.k; .n. IICU'rl'
Pat with her hii--ban1. Nick and to ItaJ them to understand rcligioi\ and fctout. wire of the Mrs Surrency then turned( oyer V. ...&.1.", c/o Mri. Amy Welln, In compliance with House Bill No rialntlff The. property followi aotight i

the blcsiuus; that come to good 'irlulvs they UM in their devo- the to the 11/9/ Cbentnut tttrtei. EOI'e.' 1173. Chapter Number 2o 53, Lawi foreclosed la aa :
meeting president
tnrt two little girls Kimberly amiCrissy : KEYPUNCH wond New Jtriey; and U IUEKRY >. of rlorlda, Acik of 1IM1 the unuerelgned Lot 9. Block M. Section .J I IBOVMi
left last Thursday for stewards A special Sunday t ion a Is and tl.e JewISh faith MrC'jrolyn ,<. Sherry Blalock The Y,W A Con. JR, and KLKRIDAUtIUtY will reglalrr with Ihe Clerk UAKDBN8! BLllDINIIUN. : -
> nil wlfo. Avenue of Ihe Circuit Court In Brevard according .plat. thvrmfrecordeil ,
% Valley Forge where Nick has School lesion will be taught in Care> closed the meet \ention in DcLand on April }7, Uollvar Number C9 ttantoUuinlnio County, Florida upon receipt of In i'lat Book U I 1'.. _

with the UIP Junior Intermediate Younj ing with prajerMrs Esic Lucas Uvmlulian Kopubllu.TO proof of publication of thia noiUo Wi, Public Recordi of Un \ "

; General accepted tloclrlc a: poMticn Corpoiation.From 1'. 01'10 and Adult DcpirtmenU Mrs. Larob; n Stokes Mrs 1----- I All .purtiei,111hi. line ilalminii ur liucievt any. eilum lu- the witUuffva: following Real flctltloui 1 bitale:. name Agencyuniier to- Cuunty YOU A it Florida 10 Rkguiiucn. ii> .

this next faumJay J.,lyard\ md Mrs\ penny Kiel ur lien upon I ho teul. oetateluivinnrter wiilch 1 am ennaaed 'In bun' your. Anawer with the Llfik "I i
-- NOW OPEN Freo Job Placement tlvM.riboii to-wil' : Ineaa al Mlmi. Florida. .and that the Coui and. to aerve u cop\ I
Tampa The week will feature special. fir provided delicious refresh i I The n or ill UJ (eel of Lut 1 anilI underalgned .la the only pcrion Intereated Ihe PlHlntiffa Attorneya. rUhl. vNATHANSO.N
mints tn the gioup COMPUTERPROGRAMING he I north 9J feet of the cant IDfirt In laid buHlnei*. :> JlO Mouth \Vll"l _
!\Mr and Mrs Prank Stringer pri>.jiums by the W M. U of Lot 4. Jllock\ VV TW Dated at Tltunvlllp Florida. thli Ion Avenue lltusvllle. t'Inrldlulir ,
brotherhood designed to lirojdtn PALMETTOGARAGE KL.L.M No 4. Bicordlnii to the lath day of March A U 1M1 than April Jl. lJt: >4. II M."i I
and liililrun< San ra 4.: Sluri 2 Plat. tnereof. ae rei.orUc.1 In Lyle E: Duff to do 10 a decree pro c.onfo"-,, ,
and Frank 111 S months oM, tie horizons of Christian Y. W. A. Ntws flat. Hook 1. at I'"e 10.; PublicKvionU March .'0. 27 Apr 3. ID (IFrl.) 14l be enteied aguluat vou for II.h..f .

spent list week.t-mt visitiru with funking: Sunday, the 1'Jtli.' will .Iorld.l Kouth of Uicvard 37 fcrt of Cuuuty Lot 1 \ Tilt: 4IKI I IT CUI MT llr 11I rM : demanded mv In hand the CumplHWITNKHS and "< "", r

Ins mother, Mr Hrrlha be Demonsra! Day climaxing The Mary Keeder Young \\'0l1Iall' and Mouth 47 feet of Bait. lu feet I\: ril 41 1110 \L IIiCrt II. IN aald Cut>rt at Urevaid. Cuuu>, .
.\\ll KH IIKh> .tHIl IIM \ .
of March 14Curlla
of Lot 4. ot Block II. VVELL8 111 day
: Stringer of 223 W Coquina 11'1 the week of services l. Auxiliary of Ccnti.il L>jp TraIn[ on IBM Compute,. MAC NO 4. according to the 1I.IIHIIMtllMrHt. R Uarnea

MMIIHt: << tiM Church last Plat thereof aa recorded In Plat :
: met TuesJay W Washington Avenue WIRINGTECHNICIANS Book 1. at PH,. lot. Publla Rec- > t: nt l'llHIl i i rnDRLtE >> By: Bertie HallDeputy

I Iz Youth Night evening ut 7.JO: p.m. at Clcdrlak Corner Main 4. Washington o.d. of Hrev.,1, Counly. i'lor. : WILLIAM LbatfWINO: Clerk
PAIR PLAY lila and All of Lota S and 4. ex- Plaintiff (Court Deal)
Saturday night Apul 11, will Ljptist Church in Cocoa Iheimipose I leut the 1oa.t ID fret of Lot 4, VS Mar. J<>, -7. Apr a, 10 (U'rl.I I I Ii">"I IIN

of this meeting was to Hlock 8. City of M..lbl>u.ne. WT KATHRYN M LESS A'ING.Difinilant.
be Brcvjid Association Annual WKLLS 8UBDIV1MON, 1 lit; I IIU I I IT UK Hr Or 1 UKNINIII

Night at Clearlake UaptistChuich liclp organize a new group Thenutting MAP NO 4. actordln to the TO: KATHRYN M LtSSNM.NU:: JllKI\l. IIKClll ISNI
: was opened witn ttu Plat. thereof .. recorded In Plat 11 baat! Terrace : > rOH IIHKt .IUI> 101 NH, ,
in Cocoa for Intel mediate. Hook 1, at !...*e 169. of the "ub- Lakewood New York tlllll'\'
K.rls: Binguitf:;: "0 /ion Haste'the Mr Kecorda of llrevird County. I H tNI 4 r.HMl. tIll II
Young People, Leaden Flu.lda.YIIU YOU ARE HtRKIlV NOTIF1LD NciUMAN b:. UMEKHON.,;
end Counselors YWA Hymn Molly Hodges;: .n.1 eacb of you a.e he.eby that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce l'lul"rr i ,

I,resented the prayer calen,larlor 1 ALL PHASES notified that Plalntllfi the ..lcI l l lrrank .... been flied .,aln.l y"u .nd you "
Rev'. D V McAllister of Cm T Hlevlrn and Maoml Ruth .r. hereb,. r.qulred 10 ...r" COllY MARY F. EMEi : N.
the week Alter this
tral Doptist Church says that MargieTitcAvile : Blevlne. hla wife, and Logan fMamie of your Aniwer lo the Bill of, Complaint Di..(on In'",tMl .
.., Individually and an Tru.l- on the Plaintiff attorney
qui c a large number In tht- ( Florida) StarAdvocatehNtnhlll.llt.il Call for Personal Inttrvltw.Fr ee. did on the Bth day of April and tn file the original Anawer In : IKK 01 'Ml irTO
IUb., Inn.Itute the above ityledupk the office of the Cleric of the Circuit : MARY F. bMEKXON!: ,
z flashes named will bo going to IHMIlubliaued" *. Qualification Tnts. ChRncery proceedl,1C, In "''lllch lh.y Court on or befurc the 4th day of 147 VVe.l KUth Hi reel
this annual event which to ili'dare null and, void errtain May llMi<)<. If you fall to. do .'". Judgment ttuiith Bomon Manimihii. ctiOU
Booklet Ptrsonal I Tour of \ AUK .
Monday GENERAL REPAIR or reiitrlctlve convennnta contain by default will be taken HhKKUY; NOllrllli
3 45 P. M agalnit fur Ihe rellr demanded that a complaint for dlvorci' I"
vines at : ,,o-1 WertniKlayi rrlilay Facilities. ed In ileede to tha chain of title of you
lltUHVllle Training Ihft proierllee hfrelnabow tlcacrtbfdYou In the Bill of Complaint. been did agalnat you and vi'"u "
By .IU..g All Make* Cars & Trucks |
l Advwaie. InoAt and each of you are hereby DATED at Tltuavllle Klurlda. thli1st her.bv r..qlllled 10 .ne co.." r
.. W. M. U. Meeting The Htar-A4_ your answer or other plcadlnii '
In aurh the LOIRT sttAL the complaint on the plaintiff* .
procerdln !
answer on
The Ladies of Ceutrjl Baptist \ an M>ln Hir' tTllmvllle. Say Where AndWe're return day In Mny. to-wlt : r>th, Curt R Hume, torney William C Irvln Atlui, i iat n.
lj :. FloridaTechnical I'uH rlre decree confcvio will Law o.'ll North Atlantic At. nCocoa "
ri |iro .
Church nut at 9:30 A. M last CLKTIS BAKSK .
Beach klorldu and to flit n
a '7H1'Ilen.y be entered Bgaln l )'p" '
There! CLERK. CIRCIMT COl RTKKIVARD original anawi or other plemii .
Tuesday April 7, at the church "
The name or the Court In whkh
llu.lnon. : COINTY. In the office of the Clerk of "i
fur their A put General W MU II ProMil No matter where or when just laid proceeding waa Inntltuted and FLORIDA .
"Kynei' outstanding sense fluid. K Uuilxin V-P. Circuit Court on or before thi,' '
abbreviated titlo hrreln-
of lair; play i Is one of the meeting/: Mrs Inez Hill open ..h..r'-!II. MuclKon HoiyTreaiXVIIHum call us and we're on the spot I an above HtyledWITNKhH are ai liy: Brrtle HII.Deputy Cleric. day. a of decree A p.lI. 1 pro:*>4. confeaao If you all will 10ao. "I, ,

2 most Important attributes cd the rneotinfl with the Pray MII'onll-l'I..... PU.t"II" p..ld .1 Tltu.. 'fait, to tow you In. Reasonable. Dnrlda thin, my Din day hand of at April Tltuivllle A D, FRANCES ANN\/ JAMIESON entered agalntt vouDONK .

vIII... ..I..rlll.. .. 1:16t, Attorney (or Plaintiff AND ORDKItKD: at Tit" .
his new office calls for. ir Calendar fallowed( \ wiih pray
Poet Office Box 131 .
ACETYLENE and ELECTRIC (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) vllle. Ilrevard County r lurldn, tl"
tt by Mrs. Belva Swertfagir\: \1I1t.K, Curtla K llarneaAa Cape Canaveral Florida 1Mb day of March I'IIi!.
1i ORLANDO SENTINEL tl..I.'. I'r... """,'1111.." WELDINCI Clerk. Circuit Court Apr. 3. 10. 17 24 ti'.I.I I 1064NOTH ClltllSK, BAItNKS 1'l.tHK:
i Mrs Joy Ward read the minutes ."...", t.III1..I.o..III".n. ... '" lly: Rrrile 11.11D.puly 01- THE! CIRCL11: COfRI
and" "Mrs Marilyn Grecnhulgh -- ClrrkHTOLAR K: rl UK HII14 BY: Hertle Hall
t I 1I..y II. H udeon. "ubll.he.Koh.rt .
AND MltllMCKAttorney : Scaled blda will rx received by Deputy Clerk
KM James W presided over the business meetm2 II. lIu".on. tlIl1n.n..vhl Day and fur Pl.lntirta2J the Tlluavllle-Cocna Airport Au.horlty. (Court real .
The Mills Circle Du..n. Adve.II.ln. Mil. 7404 N. Atlantic Ave. "-7l>t Mrvet up lo 7:30 PM April 17. miat \ /a Wllllum c. Irvln
Betty won
''' 0 ClnulHllotfubiirlptlon
l.yfrly Mil' the WILLIAM C. IRVIV
Miami 11r. h. Florid.* Commlaalonera Room In
the Pin with 7 7 members! present HaleiTHINK lY Night Tow Capo Canaveral Fla. Apr" 10 17 21. May 1 (f'r"l) t<< 4NOTKKIK County Courthouse I In Tlmivlllo Attorney for Plaintiff
PHONE i'lo.lda. (or: S.>0 Noilh Atlantic Avenue
The program at this meeting ......, Cocoa lleach Florida
fJv ("..rl... In North II.ev..d Servlcel l One 11)) Rigid frame building. 20 ;
was "Our Jewish Neighbors", Yr. f11W II Mo. lUlU. a Mo. f2.ooOy I 1-783-5575 : IIKr.<'I.OM HK ".\l.(. feet wide by 40 feet long by 10 March ;11'. ft Apr. 3, 10 (Frl.) 1964IN .
'li> IIMtK <>( CI IH<<< llr cut H I feet high rront wall to be
and much was learned about the I NOTICE( !, IS IILKEUY! GIVKNtl
a ulatance of 24 feet remainder
M.II h. Flo.ldoY. lllh; ( lltrt ir CIX KT Or Tilt:
ATTORNEY GENERAL Jewish people. .. $11.00 Mo. fUU 8 Mo. $2.00 ------ ----- .at the underalgned Curtli Klluinea of building to .be> divided Into NINIII .11 IIU Ml. UHI'llr.11 INM _
Clerk of the Circuit. Court of .
two areaa, for office 10 (eet x ,\ I OK llltt.> Altl> tOL.Mtr : .
1',1.. ....... .1..1.U..n."I.. p.l" ThoM paiticipatmg were: 0111.101. II'lorll.Yr. I Ilrevard County Florida. will on the 2u feel and a atorage area II feet I.OKIII \.
h. ,., K).... I'"p.n' t"..... 1\u.: noo M..., '..IN a Mil, $ .50 U day of April., IDtH at 11:00 A.Mat x 20 (eel, ateel panel partition*. lll\( r.II Y M>. '7XtaNOI
.... Carolyn Stokes Dctly Hie Km I dour of the CourthouMi, .
K..unh .p.u.. .. I h..I. .. Office area partlllona to be :2 x 4 K h: 'lo llr.r r:Nil.
Instant In the City tt TltuwvllU" Florida.uftur atud wall, In'erlor of ndlce to be MAItLKOKOII.n HAVINUS\/ BANK
(or aale and aell at public completely flnlnhed Hulldlng tobe .
>fj-f ) > )ff outcry to tne hlfhent and bent ael upon 4' concrete. alab a Maaiachuactta aavlnga bunk

f >f l-ff >> >f crlbed bidder for.propertli-a ca.h .the eltuate(ollowln In Brevard de>.- All neceaaary doori. ..window, va Plaintiff

and hardware to.> be IncludedNeceiiary IIAlmNA8Tt" and SYLVIA
Parcel County I Florida, to wit! plumbing for one (III I NAtiTLR I! bla wife.

4'/4% Earnings Lot .. Hlock: n. BAR HARBOR real room and all electrical' unitaa Pefendantf
COLONY 8THOIVI8ION. needed for proi>er lighting. TO: Harry Naatt-r mid feylvla. Nat,.
aa recorded
r etc Building lo be In accordance lur hla wifeJI".llIen.
In Plat Book 12. Page
: *llh Southern Htamlard Hulldlng .. unknown
1U2 of the Public Recordi of
ON YOUR SAVINGS liievard, County Florida.Parcel Code, In all phaaei. fcpeclfliatluna You are hereby notlflod that a
II: may. be obtained at Bre complaint to. forecloan n certain
Lot 2. Block C. BAR HARBOR yard County. Dlatrlct 1 office. mortgage on the following dcacilbeilpropiriy
1 COLONY KUBDIVIWION. aa recol Contact Mr. Spangler to-wlt:

,'ded. In Plat Book U Page 102 Payment to. be made upon Inipni All that certain. piece. parcel or
of the Public Records of Brevard Ion and acceptance. by Airport tract of land iltuai. ,* In tht.
County, Florida. Authority Board County of llrvvaror" and mate. of
pursuant to the Final Decree of Blda to be marked Hid Airport Horh.a. dcmrlbed. aa follows.
: Forecloaure: entered In a ca.e pendInx Building l' on oiitalde, left hand corner Lor I. BLiicK K of HIIIIt.!
In said Court the ityle of which of bid envelope. WCOD PAIllv BLCTION,; C. ... .
; !I. K. P. Sullivan. I... et al. plaintlffi Airport, Authority Board reaervet curding to the Plat thereof recordt.i .
: SUPPORT va. Lelaure t:'<<'le.. Inc, etal. the right lo reject any and all bluaCOHT1.ANI In I'lal Book 12 at Pagt
.. defendanta. and the Docket ) ILAIvB:, 1 >1 of the Public Record nf
Number la Chancery No :17751 Purluant CHAIRMAN\/ Ilrevard. County Florida, togilher '
to laid Decree, laid parcel TITUSVILLE-COCOA with Ihe following equip
will he offered for lale irparatelyWITNEkS nlenl:
\/ my hand and ofdclal AIRPORT AUTHORITY 1""IHn" Surface Unit Oven and
aral of aald Court thli It day of HKKVAKD COU.N1Y, Healer

April. 1M4ruitna. \ R. HAHNKS: Apr J LORI, lu iFrl DA) 19(14:( haa been fllod agalnat you and you
--- aie noiiltni m serve a copy of vour
I Clerk Circuit Court. 1'nla.: .; 101 "1"oIlll1.t:.H a..swer or plnadlng to the complaint, /
ELECT : lly Bertie\ HallDeputy ClerkICtRCt'IT IOIKT. HHtIH1) IUt. )> I\ on the plaintiff'a Attorneys, Will
t I.UKIIIt. liima Oelliih. 44 Grant Placi P'l
: COtHT SEAL) :Ml __ Box W8. Mulhournn.. Florida anil.
Apr. 10 (P'.I.I 1:16: (. die, ti,
IN; UK: KMTATK!: OKA a original answer nr pleading
In Inn office of the nf llu
LI Clerk
\ riCK OK 1'1 HIli' lit: VKINt,. DA DKAWUV( PLATT
Court. Brevard Conn"
COU"lbou.e. Iliuavllln r lorlda, oa ir
Notice la hereby given that the : or iNrrMiciN: 'rtiM .
before Ihe 2 Ih day of Apill 1MIII
I Board of County' romrnlaidoneri of
tKr.: ".1..4.1t1l'. rouUN .
you fall to du I I"
Hrev. rd County. )Florida will holda \l. lll'-< H \H4. t. di'fault will be taken aaalnsl you I'.rIbe
public hearing In tha Comtnlailoncn TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON\/. rillif demanded lu tbe Complaint -
Ii Room. Couit Hi<>u... Tliux- CKHVNOTICE; : .
vine, Flnilila.. al the hour of lu::3H
i 01,luck AM.. April :n 1JM to determine 13 HIIU.dY: OIVIIN: \/ Thli notice aliall be publlidit'l
NO YEAR'S tha advlnablllty of cloilngvaiallng that rrank Lester 1'liitt aa AdmlnlHtralor once each week for. four cimsrcutlMwpek '
and abamliinlng, and din- ot the Entate of Allda. In tfiar-Aduvcale. TltuavllliDONH .
Drawily flail
claiming any anil, all rlht ofIhe deceaied. hui com" i'ln.lllo.
1 Ciiiintv, and the public In and to plpled the admlnlntratlon. of lunlemate AND ORDKRPD: at Tliu-'
Hie roll".ln" port of Klr.t KlrfrlIvli and hilt filed, hla final. le- v tie. Flnitdu... thi* 1Mb duy ofI".h.
I( bvlwoen lU..ek.I1:! and 31 turn and, application for dim,'hinge 1161.! I ICurtia
: Plat of Pineda, according to the After filing proof fit publication R Barnoaleik
Plat recorded In Plat Uo..k No. ahowlng thla Notice baa been pulIlihed <' Circuit Courtlirvvard
1 1. pnge H public reconla. Brevard once t week for four conaei." County lorlda
County Florida. ullve weeka, the matter of .PI>'OV.' lly V. M .HpanRlerI.EAI I
of aald report and the ordering of
All Inlereited |)cr..om may appear DlPUW UerkMar
and be heard. Bv\ order of the UlHlrlbutlon of aald eatate will come ,
linard, of Countv Com..I..lone... before the Court Objection ahould la. 27 Apr J, 10 ('Frl.1 19 4IN .
Ihl. 9th da,. of Ap.ll. IlHt. b* Immediately (lied.
I.AI.IlOP. ; Dated thla 24th day of March iiir-: IKI i ir tin HT OK liirNINI
: H WICKHAM. 1 'II 41 III! l \I. <|< UK I IT INMI
THISHIGHER JIll Alll!> or. COt'NTV frank Le rter Platl, AJmlnlnIrator < %. IHtNlrHV NO. nHB
COMMIDKIOFfrRHHHKVARr of Eat,ate of Allda I'NI1' :I) 1\JII'rUAul.l': : tlIIWIl'-!:
COUNTT, Drawdy Plan, deceaaed INlO1:1'..
: FLORIDA Murray W oventreel. Jr PlalnUffvi .
Apr. 111 (Frl) 1M4.NOTirr. Attorney (or Administrator. -
P O Box 492
HAROLD D WILLIS et ux. el al
Ilf TH" "" 'T!' IPIiI:'. Kla.lmmee. Florida .
Apr 10, 17. 21 IPtl.I 1M4PURA DefendaeHxorice
111'liT RIIE"'RD Cot"T1'1.011111 \. : HP HI IT is MOHTC.IC.F;
RA I" THt: flH.TU C'." HT I' ,,. tUllt.I.O"IHK
TO t-B EDITOR* YOM Bllt\RD: r< la ret Eitate ofI"'AI."AR ... Orla B. Hiilleman. hi* wifeREalObNCU
C II.''I.t H, '". 1111'1" : :: fiU Tlpion Lane
JOHNBOXUweaiied ..ULlO MAZAKUEl>o. Alexandria, Virginia
Savings left by the 10th of any month earn Plalnllffv. You are liereky notified thai* a

from the Ut Savings insured up to Til ALL CREDITORS AND ALL .. Complaint lo orecluae.. a certainninrigagv

$10,000 ($:JO.OOO for a husband and wife) PFRbUNS HAVING CLAIM OR MAZARREDOoTirr dp...rlb."d encumbering real properly" the to-wll following;
by FSLIC of the > : UP' Lot 13. Block P. Velter Iileefatate.
u agency ATE.You.!! To: Pura A. M..r..doYOU : .. Section
2. according to
.. U S Government and each of you are hereby. ARE HEIIEIIY NOTIFIED the pint thereof aa recorded< In
notified and required to pnaent any. that e ....1for\ divorce" baa been. Plat Book 18, page 1J3.: publlo
clalirji anil demandi which you. 01 Had agalnat you In the Cln.ul 'record of Brevard County flor
Court of Ihe Ninth id .
Judicial Clroull a

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Jf tvst jfeberalnl1 emu either of of you HJalmar may have Johaion.afalnat the decrated entitled la and fur Julio Rravard....Coun.y.....do. r'lnrtd Plata.* above baa been atyled lied ault.agalnat and you are In the required
.. lale o( Drevard County, tiff va. Pura A. Maaarredo Defend.aaU lo aerve a of yeurAniwer
Morlta. to' Ihe Honorable Virgil BConkllni Chancery No." :I79.U.: You an or other Pleading copy to Ihe

rouiity. Judge of BrevardCounty hereby. required. to aerve a rOD,. of Complaint OB Plaintiff* attorney*.
.. and file tie aame In hla office ( t. AN I, .K""N. I c'HII DEAV: ALOW.NI
CommissionerDistrict eaaea le the Complaint filed. hereinupon ; >r.l4, 32:} .:aat Cenlral Bmil.evard .
la .
In the County Court Houae Carl O Bwanaoa Attorney foe
Orlando. Florida, aad
ltg5 legal addreaa of Ihe aald claimant Plaintiff. .... Weat Orangt Ave.. the original, Anawer or other Pleading

and lo be awnra te anil. presented alaforwlil. Cocoa Beach. Florida. and to file In Ihe office of tha Clerk of the
Ibe original thereof In the office of Circuit Court the :2*
OP name wilt be bamd.March on or
and Loan Association IS, IBM. Ike Clerk of the Circuit Court of day. of April 1M4 K you fall lo doao
Brevard County, Florida, oa or ..... a decree eonfeaao will betaken
.. II' Agitei CouolandKnenitrli (ore the :2mb" dav. of Anrll AD.. IMC again pro for Ihe relief demanded
1 Will end HEREIN TAIL NOT: you
of tl-* Lad or a Derm la
Te"lamrnl of lljilmar JohaaoeTrevard Fro Cnafeeaa will .b* inlered aealaetyon the Complaint'
Downtown Office Branch Office(
County. Florida within II.1.e..ttn.I. (or Ihe relief prayed for la Thi Notice shall be published
Wathlngton er Mein 145 N Coqulne aald Complaint.DONH enca a we. ..k (nr (our conaecuUveweek ,
tar ofIhe
mnniha from the
In the Tltuavllle SlarAdvethla "' -
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TUESDAY MAY 5Pol flral publication hereof. Bald AND ORDERED at TltniIlie ".f..
.. .
Florida thle lath .
clalma or demanda. to eoatalo III* day of DATED 2- day et Marti.COURT .
Open to 3 Dally Al.. 4 t. 7 Friday F' I William Wondmn March COURT A. BEADCmrtla D 1 *4. I!....

( Adv Pd. by Roberts Campaign P J. William Wooden* R. BaraeeClerk ( KAL>

Attorney for Petitioner e( the Circuit Court CVRTIa R. BARNES

(* Current Dividend rate, compouixl l Semi-Annually) P. O. Bo* 117SKan (or Brevard County, Florida Clerk By. of Circuit Court
[ Bertie Halln
Oallle. Florida By: V. Upangler. D.CMar. .

Mar. 20. 27. Apr. *. 10 (Frl) 1M4. 20, n. Apr. .. 10 (FrL) 1,." n. A PI lIII.Cli"rrt..) 1


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April 10, W4 TltimllU", (" '.'.) Stir' Alveole ,....I '" I

I Mims Area Happenings Wonders Of Gems 1 I I 'l Spring Specials!

Auxiliary Discusses Men's MindBy New At LibraryThe

following new books hat I
Mrs Gladys McLendon day evening in the School Cafe Stafford Soldier Dolis Bruce been received at the Titusvili,
AB 7-1248 tm him. Rev. Arnold F. Claus Lee and Bonnie Phillips, Rag Public Library. announced t\l1'
The Valda Long Young Wo minister ot the Good Shepherd Dolls Joyce Shepherd Beverly Jean Swidnnskt, Librarian: NO MONEY t DOWN-USE OUR EASY-PAY PLAN !
man's Auxiliary of the Mints Lutheran Church, gave the in Paule'y, Terri Penmngton Adult: Wonders of Gems, ht
Baptist Church held their week. vocation. During the business Marsha Parks, Belinda Rowan Richard M Pearl: The Prcxltut'
ly meeting Wednesday April session!: a report of the nomina Kay Marshall Karen Sanders, ion and Staging of Plays by Cnrt
8th at 6:30.: The program was ting committee was heard The Dolly SUninger, Donia Sanford rail Carter; Philosophies of Jilt<' PERSONAL PORTABLE 19" PORTABLE T-V
opened by Carolyn Tucker and recommended :slate of officers Deborah Gentry' ; slim by Julius Guttmann; Nel
plans for their weekend to De- was accepted French! Dolls Linda Chau son Rockefeller by James l Dee
Land wers disLUsstd The following new officers loin and Bill Frost; Faimer niond; I\lull}wood Star b*
For their monthly Community were elected for the coming Dolls Jerry Lay and Jim Day Gladys Malvern; Jamie by Jack ti
missions the girls and their fdmol year of 1964 65. President is; Paper )Dolls Susan Layton Bennett; Remember Rl'mt TV
counselor, Mrs Emory Jones, Wayne Kershiur; 1st Vice Pros and Katherine Boyd; Baby Dolls btr? by Charles Beaumont. ni'j'I

decided to take religious tracksto William! (Bill) Duff; 2nd. Vice Susan It(opt on and Jean West; From this day Forward by EN I
the Jess I'arnsli hospital Pics Bill Williams; Secretary Sailor/ Dolls Mike Moon and with Thane; The Inclusive
Martha HiHKinbotham/: lead the Mrs. John W. Bell Jr., Treasurer Patricia Nelon; Flame by Glauco Cambon; II'- .
missionary prayer calendar She Whit Peebles Collapsible Dolls Randy a Date by Aurelia StuweI; I s

then led in prayer. Those pre. Den Lewis cave a short talk Seville, Alan Moore-, }'Idg(! Store of Wrath by Weldon Ellen Truss'slid', j
sent were, Jo Creel, Carolyn about the newly established lou! >oi, Ann Penley, David<1 The New Africa by
Machines RObert
AUdio Gatti by
Tucker Martha Higginbothom, Scholarship Fund of the Brcvarrt Movies, Robert: Taylor Gregory OBiien.; The songs of Tin
Linda Jones and Mrs Emory County Council( of PTA \to( Robinson, Brenda Tapley, JuditliSpanyler Singing Nun; by Socur Sourire*."
Jun-i be used on recommendation of :a
Betty Mulclowney Also: Recording of The SingingNuns. /: /:
The Topic discussed in their special committee, to assist Carolyn Ouzts Vivian Bnhm .

program was "In the battle for worthy boys and girls to further Japanese Dolls Parnella Juvenile: Rihbon of The hv. I Modal Mllorlo
Men's Minds." The followingwas their education The $50,00 Gladden and David Sharpe; Allan C, McLean\ ; Mollie Garfll'l1; Famous Model!
for thoughtful meditations. voted on by the PTA has been Dutch Dolls Cathy Lewis in the White House by Ruth S. R I "Daylight Blue" picfure..the 608XUL

"The; punted page never flinch paid and PatilcU Calks; Fiis/ The Real Book about Pets clearest, sharpest, most lifelike In TV
es; it is never tempted to com by Barbara Bates; The U. S "Daylight Blue" Picture I
The 12
room count was won by Dolls Paul Alderman pounds light $
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lntett'-letW.' Spa* UkEverytime Bain' Breaks School High Jump Mark. CAR DOOR FLOOR TO.OOOR MATS elft"

I see representatives from Sanford wearing -

the biff black and orange colors, I think of one boy,
who i Is no longer with the grew; '
Terriers Win 5-Team Meet Here I I I Fltacua'
Although we only met one time I felt a* if we were old ,
friends partly because/ I was able to write one story about '
him concerning his possibilities for all-state football honors ao aai ia
and also what he was expected to do when Titusvile rolled
Boiin broke Ms own A couple of weeks ago the Ter'mrs There were some good close 'ippi asmmaeyi120yard I r
into his pigskin town on a Friday night. Hardy high hurdlea LovelriaT Heavy-duty Choice of red,
His name was Buddy Lawson. Titusville! High' School high' Jump edged DeLand by a hall races one of the tops being the ( ), HHnheart (UII, Cox (ID), Wlenand molded rubber'' white, blue
and, missed point but this time they sprint medley relay In' which anchor (if) anil a tie between Know. a Non-skid design green and black
The little I ft-handed right halfback from Sanford was record here yesterday :: apparently Ira UH< > and Alvtra (FM4)!'! Time.
.' killed in a car wreck near Sanford about two 'months go. upping it by an eyelash as 'made up their minds to go": man\ Ken Hadaway fought 108
five.team out in front early! off a fine challenge by Sanford's luu-ynrd dash Cooper (IT). Ry-
: In case local readers( cannot remember Lawson, he'sthe the Terriers won a "j BUT 111/I ). Johnion in), Nrwqul
boy who got behind Titusville's defense last year when meet by 21 points. Two weeks ago DeLand's Ry- Barry Parks for first place. 1\:1.1.: ) Mvlvln ((1) Time: 1085Mile SO-ft.Vinyf Plastic GARDEN HOSE I II
run Roberts! (ITI) Tr@.1II
: the score' was tied 0-0 and hauled in an aerial and( ran fora Tltusvill racked up' 97 pointsto mer won the 1 touchdown. Made the Terriers! look sick with his speed. 76'4 by DeLand 70 by San. riers' Clifford Cooper didn't fin. 180.yard low hurdles in which ) Tltusvllle
nan-yard relay (Had-
: There's no doubt Lawson can be rated among the best ford 11 by Melbourne Central ish in the top Cn'lr. Yesterday Sanford's Walstrom nipped Titus- away. Wynn Nlrman, Cooper), De-.
halfbacks to come out of Sanford: lie was fast, about 102 Catholic and 9'/b' by Florida Military Cooper nipped R mcr by a hall, ville's Loveless at the wire. Loveless Land.440-yard Sanford rue, -FM9 Bark.Time e81: 1361:Jsoh. ,

: in the one' hundred dash; he-wa m< ; only about 163 pounds; and he was tall, probably about Bain jumped 6.1 to take the yard low hurdles DeLend's Har. of Walstrom through most of the' Orlttllh 100-yard III.!! )low Time: 5J45IU -. W.l.lrom

5'9"!) but when he slid into a footfall uniform he was every high Jump breaking his own Anon whipped Sandy Loveless race but broke his stride In the (hi,, Loon le., (T),r'Wn; IT), Cox
: bit'of' .10 feet because he was "king" record of' 5-11 set earlier this but this time the' Terriers turned final yards. Both were timed In Knuwlei), and (SI a tie Time Brown: 219 (tar and

; Before football season began last year we decided to year The previous record was the tables. In the shot put, 210 seconds, which Is .9 of a UNO-yard run Ream (IT). Ogle..
by (IT William. (8) Uoocllln ID ,
school ) ( ) )
: make a trip to some of the football towns which the Tert 5.10, set by George (Hall\ two Dean Lotz finished third two second slower than the McCall (S). Time: 2:10.: .
riers were scheduled to play against and Sanford was our years ago. weeks ago but he was In front record set by Loveless just last Sprint Medley Relay Tltusvllle /-runt.,. rr.Mw We i ieeMMN
week. /eTony, Wynn, Cooper Hadl.aYI.Itnnfo..l ). e la=z I r. N urIgM4MtnI
: first visit. He made three tries at 6.2 and all the way yesterday. And Terrier Deland! Florida MIlitary.
The Seminoles were scrimmaging and Lawson was missed the third and final time Paul Wynn won the pole The Terrier's 880-yard relay Time: 2:07.8.: I
Jjo-yarcl run Rymer (ID) New'
: running halfback as usual. He looked like nothing more by a hair, vault yesterday but didn't make team turned in a 1:35.1: perform quiet ICY;), Vodoplch (ISI) and a tie
than all.state material. The Terriers piled up 11 first the previous trip to DeLand. ance with Hadaway Nieman, Time Me man: 24.1.(TI) and Lovelen' IT),

"A few more pounds on his frame and he would be a places winning all\ of the five There were no sensational Wynn :::nd Cooper doing a nice Mile. relay DeLand (Cox John. 4 asot
: running:halfback for Oklahoma," I. !said to myself. field events in a surprising show times yesterday a* the hot Job. In the sprint medley relay Ion.vIII., MacOlumpby. lacobBl. Tllu.. ,
August is warm and this day, it' felt like the middle of of strength. They also won two of, afternoon sun apparently took Toney, Wynn, Cooper and Had-- Time: vnnforl 3.37.'. Central Catholic
: July, but Pigott still wasn't letting up. After about 30 minutes the three relay races. its toll of the' athletes, away turned in a 2:07.3.: Shot Put Lots IT( ), Sanford 'rJ.l1I.3"1: !! "O ,

he callled a break and came over to the sidelines, introduced man(Dl), tie IS),Andvnon Hoti. (CO(D. ) Dlmance and Spark-4feet. p rCh\go. 'r p'.cm' "n'-' :
: himself and that's how it started. T Inch.. d \
gurantea *galnt
Broad lump Ream (TI.) Vodo-
"%Ye know which player will be the toughest for Titus "Ich (Si), Llnd.r CO), 0.... (D), I .7 7 it
: ville td handle" we told him. Recreation Director Ames Inchea, (FM8)! Pittance: 18 feet 6 II falhm IJn or"ar y

Pigott acted like a kid with a new toy only Lawson High Jump Rain. (IT), Spark- I home. use
: wasn't'new.!! He had been there for several years. man. (BI.) Cribb. ID). Jobnaon (8)( ,
Itetnheart IS) Height: 8 feet 1 Lightweight, flexible
All Pigott could talk about was his: backfield, and of Inch. I
: course he added, "If you don't have a good line what's the Pole Vault Wynn (CT), Cribb. hose features brightgreen Limit 2 Rolls Per CustomerAdditional',59
(ID). llongerwrrf (ID), Relnheart ((8)), mirror finish.
use of having a good backfield. I'm lucky he said, I've got Sets Varied Programbe Polgar. (8). Height: 10 feel 6 Inch- I' All-brasscouplings. Each
both. eaDlaeui, Reynolds (IT). Herr (ID). ,..... ,
: "We're expecting a lot of work from Lawson this year" Clark ((8)). How. (U1), Hoogenwerf. --
residents of will take time to accomplish projects offered, (R>. latance, : 1M feet S Inches
Pigott said "The boy has more potential than he can carry Until a month ago Total Point. Tltuavlll >1)7) De-
this Is only part of '
; and if he'll only let out with some of it, maybe just a little the Titusvillb area knew very of this type. There's no Actually Land 181r. Sanford 70 Central!
at a time he's going to be a boss." little of organized rccereation programs doubt, the people have shown the program Miller has planned Catholic 11, Florida Military ala 'iwoGAS

I Several minutes later Pigott walked back to the group except in the summertime they want a recreation department "We also hope to start activ CAN

singled out Lawson Mike Glad and a quarterback, who's however Jack Miller has ." ities for this summer which will
name fails at the moment and pointed toward the sidelines. changed that situation and Is Some of the programs Miller include working with the Little HONDA"World's'

I could see him talking to Buddy, probably telling him not working on about IS different projects has started within the past League! organization, Softball
to reveal any of their team secrets. that should 'oe of interest to month include a slimnasticsf leagues tennis clinics and many Only
and talked for the entire city and neighboringareas held' Tues' more." he concluded flexible
I joined the three players we informally class, which is every No.1 1 Cycle"
a few minutes before getting down to business and taking day night at Ole Parish' Hall of') 4 Cycle No 011 Mix ., '
j pictures of the boys. Miller came to Titusville one the Episcopal Church. Accordingl' pouring

a I called Lawson off to one side of the field. I noticed month ago when the city had to Miller this class is designed1" Junior Highs I spout

"he had a couple of scratches about his face, a bruise on his very few types of organized recreation to acquaint the participants with .
chin and another on his elbow and his nose appeared like it if any and now has started a planned program of callsthen*
i :Jhad been broken. programs that .have attracted Ics, for weight control and also Here For Big

a "Did you know you were a little bowlegged?" I asked. approximately 200 people. The physical fitness purposes.

T "Yes a little, maybe that's why I can outrun the boys programs will no doubt gain Over 60 youngsters have regis-i
who aren't bowlegged," he laughed. more response from the area tered for the Blanton Park playground Meet TodaySpring ;_. Handy for car

"What do you think of Titusville's!! football team," I despite limited funds and facilities program and an average' i r I I and home
j asked."Well He was allowed( $10,000 of 43-SO children have been at-t sports activity at Titus- Rust-resistant top
: ," Lawson said, "They're going to be tough as from the city and $7,000 from the tending the daily activities, which') vine High School will be J limitedto bottom and interior

: usual. They still have that big tackle I think his name is county totaling $17,000 to run the are held 3:30: p.m. to 5 p.m. only two contests over' the f, / Plastic flip-cap
s Lotz." department until September 31. This includes at leas: one special) weekend as the baseball team 9 K vent permits fast,

J "Yes, Dean will probably play on your side of the line" Cleveland Talmadge City Man event a week and 'also daily' hosts Cocoa and tennis team ModelsFrom easy pouring
I told said he is pleased with such klckball softball Central.
: him. ager very games as plays Florida Brilliant
o "I remember Lotz from last year. He was pretty Miller's work here and also organized games relays and I $$299lo $$795HAM'S and t
The track team will meet several ; yellowenamel
:mean," Lawson added. stated the response he has received supervised free play, finish
Orange County teams in a 12\/
"If we hustle' and keep improving like we have been in from the public Is a deC.Jnite "We've also started a city meet at Orlando Evans and the

Jthe: past two weeks we can give them a good run for their indication that TitusvilUhas volleyball league," Miller said, swimming team will travel to _
:money Our team is made up of hard nosed!! athletes! who hate needed a recreation depart- "and already about 50 men have Cocoa. \

:to admit defeat" he added. ment, registered, completing four eoia"i
a Sanford and Lawson didn't have to admit defeat to the "The'City hat to consider In teams. The volleyball games are Parkway Junior High! will have CYCLE CENTERMagnolia i

: Terriers, the score ended, 1413. the near future constructing held at Titusville High School their only home meet of the sea 1

a As stated before Lawson was no ordinary boy. community recreation centers to gynasium. on Saturday evening. son here today against Centralof PUia, Tilutvlll FRONT END ALIGNMENT$ $ j 5Q
: lIe holds school records in the 100 yard dash with a house some of the projects. We "This weekend, we'll\ start a Eau Gallie and Southwest of 5o2 King St., Cocoa Precision wheel alignment "
'110.2 ; 220 yard dash' with 2.5 and was a member of the 880 would need buildings large enough twirling clinic at Blanton Parkon Melbourne at 3 p.m. I Babcock St., Eau Calllo by experts Parts and j Any
J relay team which holds the school record. to accomodate approximately Saturday mornings at 10 All of the THS games will begin "Nood 2 Whtolt-Soo Hembono" tiXSS*"** y S American Car
i Buddy was captain of the football and track teams 150 people, and they wouldbe a.m.," Miller continued, "with at 3 p.m. | I r extra,
J along'vuth receiving honorable mention All-State All Orange constructed In the heavier Miss Becky Chewning a playground
Conference All Mid-Florida and All County populated areas where they worker for the recreation

\ Incidentally the 100 yard dash and the 220 marks could do the most good" he said department, instructing. A begin NEW HOMELITE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT "
.were both set on the Titusville High School track. "However[ ;" he continued," it ners and intermediate' class will $ 1 g
j Buddy' no longer with the team, but, he's there injthe 4-CYCLE-55 OUTBOARD We'll adjust brakes, add '
heart, and spirit of all teammates and people who fluid if ner had the opportunity of seeing him play football. l', .. U..MIQHWAY< NO. ... front wheel hearings American Car

: According to head coach Pigott, the school is in the DOWNTOWN =

:process of raising money for a Buddy Lawson Memorial ''.:nTUV'ltt. a"e Cuts Gas and Oil
.Fund. '
; "Since Cuddy was: such! a good track man and loved the < SAFETY SERVICE $ gcJ''

snort, several of the players decided to start' the fundraising ,, BRCVAAO Half R'o'll align front end.
Cost in !
campaign and completely) remodel! the school's old :.'. I'IOTORr'1 balance front wheeli. Any
adjust brakes and repack
:.track 'field and name it 'The Buddy Lawson Memorial o CQ. f ront wheel bearings American Car
"We're going to have an appropriate bronze plaque and

dedicate the track to Buddy," Pigott said.!, THE PLACE TO TRADE
: "At the present time we have approximately $600 in"the r
fund, which has been donated by students, businessmen BRAND NEW Famous for Quality
and other residents of Sanford" he added. WHERE GOOD DEALS ARE MADE"There's

t J Anyone wishing to donate to the fund can address!! the l 1 1I i 'ires ton
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Friday, April ,10,1 1H4 TlfuivllU (Florida.. ) Star Advocate pa.. 7 -
1- Fishing\ On Indian Parrish Hospital ; I
HAPPY BIRTHHAY River Pkkin9 i Up :; Aclivily

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FuD's ,Six-Year-Old BoySfrutk'By'Truck Reports Indicate Admissions and dismissals at Hazel Flynn. Indian River City
Saturday, April 11 Christopher Edward Jess Tarrlsh Memorial Hospital and William Prickett, Chrlstmad

Frank BrockeltO Dave Ramage Fishing on the Indian River is for April 7 and 8 were as follows Discharged: Titusvllle: Leap

: George Alfred Morford picking up some. according toreports :Norman Esther Johnson Donnl
B Cottrell Charles received from J. & J
Gay MiOittor liable Harris Betr<
A six year old boy was Injured Donald Wenzel Joseph W. Courson Fbh Camp near Mims. April 7 Norris. Martha Pride, Cor4
(/Yum/ Wednesday on Williams Mrs. Flora Gray Addie Sandidge ,Admitted: Titusville: Wilhclm Drlgecrs: Others: Mary Kagar
Last Gene Wood
Victor Green week, Ina Horacek, Louise Caklucll bums ,
St. when he turned into the side George Patricia Ann Hall : Sandra Ashton PirbaraL'pthegrove
&'otl moor caught three drum, Michael Carlile, and Jean !
Mrs Leo Parisian Fey; Indian River Clty j
of a pickup truck owned by the Mrs Melvin nIUt'r. Monday, April 13 one weighing 7H pounds and Others: Mary Kagan, Mae liar and James Sigmnn. .lacksonvllltf

City of TitusvllleS Sunday, April 12 Jim mis! Jackson of Minis, caught ris and Woodrow McKay\( Mims;
John Mr<. Joe Chick I r IT Mr*. C. F Turner 13 trout wit1! the largest tipping April 8 *

Wal, me an* Sophrony has sure these State Department hot shots Threlkeld Investigated i- Jack Foster Jackie Futch the icalet at three pounds ,Little Loop Minor Admitted: Titusville Johnny

bin kickin' up our heels what around the world now do we11 the accident and reportedthat ( Nettle Mao Damgaard Mrs! C. E Mitchell Two Orlando anglers L. E. Ford, Harold Stephenson. Wesley
with beln' invited tew that Kee- At least we kin git our polytish the truck, driven by Earl Davis Wilson Natalie Hoe[ \ Loop Tryouts Sat. Calloway; Others Kathertni
I i. llrnedcld and A J Page caught
wants; Chapter Nite with Prez/y- uns in this country tow talk Jesse Tudor, of 13: North Park Charles E. Burgoon Watson Stella Parker India*
dint John Nelson an' his real pur- (problem' is tew git em tew shut Avenue was going north on r Randall Cleveland 14 trout with most of them Little League tryouts for Saturday River City; John Pikes Orlando}

ty-Ittissue.: up) but we aint had a honest con- Williams &t a slow rate of speed them David Boyd of 22 North I!l Donald A. Dupler weighing: between t'i and 2 and Minor Leagues! will and Harold Teichman Pa
xun Then we went with a whole fession er true statement of policy when he noticed a group of Williams, turned and hit part (if | p m Discharged : Titusville Bobbi*
Sand Point.
bunch of Tidyvllle an' Coon Holler from the State Dept since the children walking on the right the truck lie knocked to --- Winslow also of Orlando Woods, Adah Suess Donald Ay
folks up tew Packwoods at Honorable Cordell Hull( wrote the side of the road As the truck the edge of the but ADDING MACHINE: ROLLS, oclj caught 39 trout within a periodof Player. who have not registered tin. Delores House Russell Edl*
Edgewater fer a gatherin' of the last chapter of Amerykin diplo- got along side the group one of pavement 2Sc each at tile Star-Advocste six hours. Several weighednear for Little League can sign upbefore ston and Join Tackett;; Othersj

Coon Holler Crab Smashers an' macy fer the benefit of Amerj'ca: was not seriously injured. the 2Vi pound mark tryouts begin, _.1..._..... P._ _.... _fn U.U. nn__' Rivnv n.. _. TltvPHONE ___. .
Oyster Shuckers Sassicty Yew Wal, as Aunt Hattie Horn '

shooda herd Don Hursey sing whistle allus says why in thunder
after he ctt a half.bushel of oysters ation dont yew write yer Congressman ( Alt 7.1S11 STORE HOURS: 10 A M. TO 9 P.M

The "Golden Voice of the ? How about joinin' me TITUSVJLLE SHOPPING CENTER
Boondocks" sounded like the folks today. \

bay in' of a coon hound with his Be seein y'aU

tail caught: in a barb wire fence. I Uncle Fud
'Cleve Talnadges little girl
heard Old Hid sing once an' 1 NOTIC: ton mil.*. "e.sh SummerFashions
Seated DId" will be recelved 1 by indsel
clappc I both hands over her I the Hoard of County Cnmtnteinnera 1 1i
up until 9::43 o'clock A.M... April S311X14 .
ears Iffen sliced heard Cuuin In the Commluloniri Doom

.:Hen sheed a crawled under the Ida County. for:Courthouse, TltUHVIIIe. Flor- i, For

i house, Boy howdy, them ,waz 'n Ton four (14)) wheel Drive ,
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about some of the important 5.f1i11)) x 18 6 ply on and oft road
| things I'd like tew tee done Junior urea
style went roast mirror
[different fer a change.I'd left and null
Electric Wln".III."I I Wipers
I like tew see our government Painted Red
list stop givin' a Bern red cent The Hoard reninc the right 10
r..j.>.1 any and ill lilili
,tew Indonesia, Cambodia an' All lilds to be marked on ouleide
ole General Dee Ghoul an' give of cnvelnpn JOK If Hid 1vrrlIrtsr for '., Ton 8.01".

about a half billion of it tew Alaska CHAIRMAN
(our own people an' our COMMISS0\H'!| : (
first line of defense). BRfc.VAHI ("01"STY.

I'd like tew see Governor Apr I-L.OIUUA 10. 17 trrl.) 1961. J
body keep his maw tew
l 100:' Tilt: C mist I IT < ,'
in ono KT 01 l TUP': ,
Messychusitts where she kin MMII IIIHfltl tlKClir, IN
find thousands of poor an' miserable F'LOHIUa VM) KK IIKM: tlill
colored folks, white, folks, l 100:' 111 b'hH5'I:' tuna
bums, even murderers of Innocent '01'.t. : 01' '"lIf
women an' girls rite In the Plaintiff, K
city of Boston alone. Seems like v.HARVEY K. MILLER:
if her crusade was sew deeply T>efi>nlant, .
honest on' rceligous she cood OF FLORIDA::
start at home. Course that wooden TO: HARVEY: K MILLFR
git her all that publissity SVhoee r"ld..nce I. unknown, t
anj but
whose laat known aildreia.
help her sons campaigtr.fer',4av1crnor ; \ > In:
North Ea ,
like comin', over a thou an:
miles tew Floridy tew help-slipup .YOU, HARVEY K MILLER. arc
a stink Why don't stay hereby notified that a Complaint for t (
you Divorce rr
baa "been filed aialnat ,
!tome_Maw: Peabody an' tend,tew .. and you are required. to serve a t 1 Of.
>er own kmttin? We kin gil .tins copy ComploHit-of-your An.w r Hr or-llmllnjr"PKInliff" ta ..

along list) fine without >er sew Attorney. WTORJ1H. PAPPA8 AND I
KRA$.NY. P. O Uox 1J7. .Milkourae \ I'
called help )Florida and file the orig
I'd like tew inal Aniwrr or Pleading In the of
see Congress find
flee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court \ '
out once an' fer all what this on or before the sib. day ot May, J
1J64. If you fall to lo .). Judgment, ;
country really intends tew do .
by default will b taken ajcalnxl you ,
about Olj Castro an' Investigatethe for the relief demanded In laid ;

whole dern State Departmentfrom Complaint.Thue notice shall b" published for o-' / ,, '

the top man clean through four connective.; STAR week.ADVOCATE In the;. TI.TI'IiIVILL. 1'1.. \J '/' fq b!: ii' I

Weev got some mitey pckular tuivlllo. Florida. .
thinkers II know I kin spell plainer vllle, Plot-Ida the Sat day at of April (,. '" .

than that) a callin' the shot's 1W4(CIRCtlT COURT ,EAU \TI iii : ....
fer us around the world. We kin CURTIS R HAltNF .

eventually ketch up with shady Cleric Drevard of County the Circuit, Florida Court .. "' .
polytishuns here at home but we BV Bertie HallDeputy/

dont really know ennything about Apr 3. 10. 17 21 (IFrl.Clerk) 1M4! ,

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rFas. t Tthmllte (Florida', ) Star.Atfvoctf* Friday, April 10, 1964

Rollins Admin Asst. r + Kick Off BreakfastFor Add A Room !

Speaks To Klatch f Cancer Crusaders

Mr, Ann Ramsay Admlnis II
tmtive Assistant to the presi Mrs Jayhufch B. Leutw>kr. The.. Morse Lodge Is handling the CALL US FIRST FREE ESTIMATES .
dent' of Hollins College, WitS thejucst d r Ir i4; Cancer Crusade Chairman husinis, /tistrict under the lead
'li 1" 1 r r
at the Greater Tiluiville
; speaker for the North frevard area rrship of Don Clawson and James
Chamber of Commerce ryr announces over four hundred Maltbic! IN BUILDING LICENSED AND INSURED .
Kaffec Klatsch this morning at crusader! in this area will start
the Citizens Bank CommunityRoom. their door.to.door campaign April r'i RESIDENTIAL 8t COMMERCIAL
Card Of ThanksI
tlth following a kickoff break. I -' NO DOWN PAYMENTI.
Mrs. Ramsay spoke on "WhatA fast at the Moose Lodge in
Good Secretary Contributes \Iims I want to thank all the nurses t ,

to the Success of a Business" nurses aides. lab technicians: the Zeke EvansConstruction
The four area Beta Sigma Phi
A member of the National Secretaries entire staff also Drs, Kovacs
Association (International luptrri are spearheading this Hall and Akers and Christian
.'ear iii Cancer Crusade, Co., 'Inc.
), she stated that her mem Missionary\ Alliance church: of
bership in the organization: has with Mrs Leutwylcr istrs.! U2S M.gnoll Avt. Indian River City, Ph. 27.327
proved a valuable asset. r David! Mason, Executive Sicre- Indian/ )River City who were so
and Treasurer good ID me during my stay In the ----
The purpose of the NSA, lary !Mrs L. Robinson &;
mtcrnation u publicity chairman for liotpit,,11.
which is set up on an
al, district divisional and chapter the drive; in charge; of tin., clubs Charlotte Martin, Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
organizations are Mr\ lIugh
to 28
basis grown:
Wicker and Mrs Phil fellers) Mims. Fla,
chapters in Florida Division, is _
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to bitter the standards of the I

secretarial profession and help PHONE AM 7-1511( STORE HOURS: 10 AM TO 9 P.M. TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
its mcmbus contribute to the I .,,
success of employers in the
ness world she pointed out -

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St. Teresa's Book ..I ..>...--.,W::. .. r";"a;': -

Fair Opens TodayThe VEHICLE SAFETY CHECK The Titusville Jayceeswill WALK
sponsor a "'Vehicle Safety Check" Saturday, April 11, 11
Book Fair at St Teresa's in front of the First National Bank. Everyone is invitedto ndse

School opened at noon todayw bring their vehicle to have it checked by the local r.

I t h storybook characters group Those passing the test will be given a safety SHORTSfor
down, ponies and 1000 bookson check sticker showing that the auto has passed the different 1

display in classroom "K". tests Wayne Brown, left, chairman of the event, I
Books will be sold today Saturday shows one of the points that will be checked, the tires

and Sunday with proceeds Looking on is Mayor Ed Kittles as he signs the proclamation -
burs used to purchase for April II to be "Vehicle Safety Check Day." --

library books for students In the (S-A Photo). everyonein

On Saturday, the popular r r'I
train of E. B. Pirtle will be ikGIRLS'
available for the children to ride the family !

and talented Ed Stevenson ,will
be on hand two days to sketch
''characters of books purchased.
The books all have hard back rc-i-

covers and are on subjects rang 44j LADIES'SHORTS (
'Ing! from mice to rocketry Pub I
''tithing companies include ,John

Winston, World Publishing Co Dacron/Cotton
Harpers Brothers, Rand Me- L4 '
Nally and many others. 17JfT
Although originally scheduled SHORTS
Sizes; f
for all three days, the Florida ,
Wonderland train and ponies will 4 3 to 6xSizes 1.69 1 +

be available today only L i YJ 2.77

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/ a 7t14 1.99 1 r

Leisure living begins with
( From Page 1) care-free Jamaica shorts of
'-I Summer is fun time and
''den St, dacron polyester and cotton
time for girls to have plenty
S blend. Machine washable
Approval of plan for St. Ter-
I ITO 4 of shorts for play. We have
csa's' Convent on Ojibway require little or no ironing
Final approvbl of plat of In. a wide array of shorts for ev- Choose from all the
little girl in solids, plaids,
'lien River Heights subdivision .f cry popular summer colors .
and checks. Choose from all
Approval of parking plan forofi'ius including black and white
colors, Stock
the new, summer
'' in Davis building on Ber navy, brown and pastels
t up now for the summer mon- You'll
muda St.'Approval. want to buy several
of parking plan for STATE CONVENTION Betty Edmunds, left, and { Ihs at these low prices, pairs at this low price. Sizes
Apartment submitted by James Eileen Marks, both members of Parkway FHA will go 8 to 18
' to the FIIA State Convention in Clearwater, April 911.
'Cooper planned for Indian River
Accompanyinq them will be Mrs. Gipson, head of that department -
Ave and St Johns St.
Approval of plat of Lake View I
'hills subdivision! preliminary r


subdivision Approval of plat of Pembrooke WE'RE NOT Men's 100% Fine Cotton Shorts

Tabled parking plan for Stack.
'house Const Co. for retail store. 1 A large selection of men's walk shorts in
Approved parking plan for addition LOOK THAT WAYIJERRY'S
aborted>> prints and batiks of WO'fine 77
A 4 99
' s .
to Colonial
cotton. Choose from all the new colors. I ISizes
IttlI.. NOTH'K!: SHOE BOX Stock up now at this low price. Sizes Value
NotUe li hereby alvep bet the '
''Iliurd of County CainmlMloneri of COCOA BEACH 12 N. BREVARD AVE ?
'liravurd County Florida, will hold
it public hearing- at the Court Ho... ACROSS FROM NEW POST'OFFICE
'In Tlluevlllo. Florida. at 10:Jon
' clink In the fore noon on the :gird
ilav of April lab. for the purpose CANCELLATION NAME BRAND x CAMP SHORTS j
'of vacitlng. abandoning. tloilng-. Via' i

'ill.eontlnuioiy right. uf the County and aurrenderln and the public soy SHOES AT A REDUCED PRICE! R
''I nand to tug following described
''Ianola: i
All of a.teway eubdlvllon Madc.noisolle O Andrew GellerCapezlo' >o 0 to 12 2.98 to 3.50
twit Ho 1,
iLorllni t o the .
; : i
plot thireiif. recorded I In Plat !
ilui k 17, page U5 Publicllec- i k /
ortln ANY: of INrfcilfcHThU llrrvard! County;: ,fblMOVH Kl. ;.>rlilu. I SELF.SERVICE OR LET US HELP I Sizes 14 to 18 400

A'r THE AUOVK! NPItIMFIlTIME OPEN DAILY 10-6 Lots of pockets and zippers for rugged camp /

.lay at! AND April 1 'PLACE.IUH4J Dated this sib I ers and hardy players Long wearing 100'
CHAIRMAN'IK II VVICKHAM, I II FRIDAY 10-9 cotton twill will go camping many times. /

IIOAItl I OK C.1t'NTY "''- In khaki or green. Stock up now for sum- .M,
((la> '
t'l'JUTY.: I ry kci, mer wear. e '
Apr II'


We're Sold' Ed's Our SHORTS ;

Man! I \ 1rwrI t) ( Men's 4.99 0I .

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I\\\\\ I Boys 3.99 .

For a neat, cool' crisp look seersucker .-
shorts, the newest in casual w'' :''

wear. Made of easy-care dacron poly-
ester and cotton blend that requires '

J little or no ironing All the new colors ).

including burgandy, blue, bot- \
tie green and black with! white. Men's :::;;\
sizes 23 to 42, boys' s'zes' 11 to 20.


I \ :1 Especially for active young boys walk shorts of 77
( dacron polyester and cotton blend. Choose from plaid.t'ft11

I f and assorted new colors. Stock up now. for the summer I
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATECOUNTY .//1 K 1II\ months. Sizes 8 to 13.MEN'S '

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Auto Damaged When

Driver Lost ControlA
AroundBy Star-Advocate
: IBM Vnlkswitg was heavily
dan dU' d "ir an accident last ,
( Bob Hudson) The Vole. of 29.000 North Brenrd County aMldent. Up, Wtdniifldv on A1A at approximately

We had rather that ----- 10 a.inHiLhwuv I
hoped Maine "Sentinel", of Thursday.
Section B Pig
Florida and its leading politicianshad April 2, 'the hottest fishing hole Up & Up : \ pitioln.ui W M
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"grown up" but the longer; in Maine Wednesday was also the lUunll, Jr investiKjlu, lhcidcnt ". If j
this governor's race continues to coldest"The end reported that the
move along, the I less we believeit story went on to say that Thi 'c' K tail .,ili i continued! to driver' of the VW John F.
less than an hour after the sea Engineers To Open April 14 rise at a phenomenal pace in Dempsey! of Daytona Iliarh
Men show their true nature son opened in areas naturallyfree Brcvard l'ountyIh'pllrls was ti'a veiling;! south U.IUM ho
when they forget to promote of ice three anglers; netted apparenly lost control 1,1, inn
themselves and their ideas and 11 fish. The action was report Irum the tlc.ru'a!' Rev vehicle,

begin attacking their opponents rd to be "so fast that the lines anus Commission indicates! tint Damage to( the auto was :11 KID
The current bickering between burned through the lie makingin For Four-Laning A1A Within MILAThe sales tax collection in :March\ and( the: driver was taken t,' .1).J.J'
candidates this year showed CS cent
Burns Dickinson and the rod guides a per Purrlih M mol'lal Hospital: Its ;j
Mathews is in this Increase over last in the
disgusting year
The two men said that the passiM motorist He was, not
writer's opinion This does not temperature was eight below main north-south road At Orsino, the four.lane highway I tvim(; it\ Space' l enter 'N AS.I' .\ iniiusti-ni Ut., includes thumMr county seriously. injured.
mean that we do not favor one of zero at dawn and still three be thinugh the heart of the National will tie in with the new li i "mm"un. i-ri thai\ .t t pi HIS toli ." mil' ol ,in additional 3.3 Tlio totali were $357,7J2: last
these three-or any of the other low when the action was over an Aeronautics and Space Ad- NASA Causeway, which by September > "", t> i Merrill island Launch i In,ili.- art! paM rd| streets within year compared to $591,743! in -OLD-AND--NEW--COINS- -
three men in the race for the
hour later. irinittiations moon launch area will extend from Cape urt"i in public' travel injunnm, ': h ::11111": i mil iir.image .struc March this veur
Democratic nomination. Like that kind of ? BOUGHT AND SOLD
fishing on Merritt Island will become Kennedy on the east to the Florida tXl I tunes. installing new water. The ('ommllltun ass shows .1
But it appears to this writer a dual fourlane highway by the mainland, between Titus- The two new lanes of highway ] .wcr md high temperature hot 21 per cent Increase in gas I..\ Specialising In Scarce Coins
there is talk about, in
more end of this year. ville and Cocoa on the west. will be located about 40 water lines putting in additional I collection m the cnuntv-up from NORMAN D. BLAIR
j the race for Governor of the na Things to look for in the near The Canaveral District of the A separate contract will be feet west of the present road. coinn'unication: ducts and manholes .137777 In :lurch last vijr l lSUISD.'J to.. 147 S, Dayton on U. S. 1
tion's greatest Kate, than to the
another. future in area: U. S. Army Corps of Engine awarded at a later date for tying The work will include tearing and adding to the elietue.il :! 11 HI year Daytona Beach Florid
out against one
in Brevard A large building on the river. ers Announced today that it will in the expanded north.south down the wooden bridge acrossHdtipn.i : potter distribution\ system 1. ---- -
So far county can
c'idates! have apparently run front not far south of the Inter open bids on April 14 for construction route with State Highway 402 at Creek, which was closedto estimated cost t of the work Is
their campaigns on their own section of US. 1 and Highway of a two-lane roadway Wilson Both jobs will have traffic when a new span was JUOO 000 The bid opening! is

qualifications and are not using 50 paralleling the existing highway completion dates by the end of built lust fall, and replacing it scheduled! fur April :J3! ut :2 p,mIn \We Like To
i as their chief claims to office A start on the apartment between from Orsmo to the Wilson intersection this year. with H second new bridge the Canaveral District Officc Help People I
being "against" someone or U S. 1 and Riverside with State Highway 402 The four-lane highway will be Approximate cost of the work \ ',
Drive south of Raj! view.
criticizing someone. nearly nine! miles to the noith piimanly for official use John i IS $1 million The bid openingwill : Awarded! the contract for extcndiriK .

If a man has something to offer A decision on location of the lu held April 14 at 2 p rn. in the utilities at the! Capo .I
which is good enough to be new fire station west of the rail- the Canaveral District Office on wan Tracy Plumbing and Pump INCOME TAXRETURNS It

considered as a qualification road tracks.A Brevard Chapter American Bank :Mcrntt Mand COI p.. of Orlando, for $.238.-

then the race should be run on start on a new terminal The corps of Engineers also OJIU5:

this basis building at Titusville-Cocoa Air announced it is seeing bids( on The work includes an addition PREPARED
port. Association To Meet On 18The
April new roads and utilities in the to the sewage: treatment plant;
Announcement of another
It was just another news re new industrial portion of NASA Mer build( inn u new sewage lift eta
lease from the Office of Information car agency. annual banquet sponsored effective English Principles of i Iitt 1 Isljml Launch Area and that lion: putting:; a new boiler in s nn
of Patrick Air Force Base In the Brevard Chapter of the Bank Operations Commercial it has awarded a contract for extending Ik'iilinn 1'1:11\1: \ No 2. :,''..1' ,ii.di .

It started out "One of the most "What is Joe DiMaggios: American Institute of Banking Law, Negotiable Instrumentsand utilities to \the southwest !ion,il work on I lie l'OIl.InIOll'''' / up
unusual and colorful buildings at number which the Yankees retired will be held on April 18 at the Economics. The courses Metion of the rndl, tl'1al area of It,,ns und i,)li-itrieal, nvMpn

Patrick AFB has fallen under the ?" was the question that came Cape Colony Inn in Cocoa taught each year depend on the Cape Kl'n'led.for. NASA TH work .s sine-dale-d to, bit
cythe of time". in over the telephone to sports Dcach The evening festivities demand of the individual em Thi work in the Me.ritl Island completed 'his fall PROFESSIONAL CONFIDENTIAL
It went on "The green, twin- editor Ronnie Hughes will begin with a social hour atC plo>'ce*. -------
towered frame building betweenthe "I'm a Yankess fan but I :30 p.m. followed at 7:30 by a CONSULTING SERVICE TO
don't remember", Ronnie said, steak dinner. Each year as the courses are-
base postoffice and gymnasium MONEY !
which for years has stood "but I'll find out." James Arch of the Dale Car- chosen, instructors qualified in SAVE TIME AND MONEY

like a small castle left over by So Ronnie called an avid neeio;! Institute will speak to the each field are engaged. Bank 27 YEARS EXPERIENCEI!
an extinct baron, is being demolished Yankee fan, Douglas( Barnhart group. Door prizes will be presidents frequently teach the 'macic For Extra Fast BORROW PAYMENT

." down at Gus Falk Chevrolet awarded, and music for dancing course in Principles of Bank SERVICE. :$300.1:g $1739: :
It was then that the memories "What is Joe DiMaggio's: retired will be furnished from 9 to 12 Operations. Attorneys usually NATIONAL INCOME TAX AND
started flooding back to this writ number?" !Ronnie asked. pm teach the courses in Commercial Phone 267-4331 $$400.00.. :.I $$34.3s.

er for we knew exactly the building ":'olarll)n Monroe", replied Members of the Chapter, Luw, Negotiable Instruments Loans Up To J600 BUSINESS SERVICES
Doug, subtly referring to the and Economics These inatruc PAY BILLS TAXES REPAIRS ETC. .
It was "our home" for a A I B, are made up of officers
number of months near the end fact that DiMaggio:\ was once and staff members of all the tors are paid by the local chap
t of World War II while we servo married to the famous actress, banks in Brevard County. Wilbur ter from proceeds of the fees Southern Loan Company 303 So. WASHINGTON AM 7-5530

ed in the Navy. who "retired" from this world a Sikes, President of AI.B.Brevard charged; by the chapter for the 346 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLB!
j The twin towers in the building little while ago by taking her Chapter, is Assistant I courses
.. _
" t oust d ce I cs t'xal oat''i gstion tea I n own life. V'ire P rest'd ant, of III" Flr s t ---- ----------
s a: crs-similar to two others nearby Realizing that Doug didn't National Bank of Titusville C. .
f that were torn down a few know Ronnie culled another avid F. Han[ is. Vice President is'I
years ago. Yankee fan, Selby Bailey Assistant Vice President of
The buildings were started in "What was Joe DiMaggio's: retired Bank of Melbourne and Trust .

June, 1944, and we reported Into number" Ronnie asked. Company, and Phyllis Dailey, ., :;,.. '/.
what was then Banana River Without batting an eye or Secretary-Treasurer of AID is 0 .t'' I
Naval Air Station in November hesitating a second, "old pro" : !.. oj.v.
staff of the .. 4I
1944 They were pearing completion S ll>y said "number seven'1. Bank mcmbej of Titusville.. ."" _Citizens\ ... ( I" -- --- ",.,
( \ then and being a navigator (- So, in case you didn't know it Iv I ve! .. I -
we were naturally quite before->'ou know it now-Joe The American Institute of ," ..I.
involved DiMaggio's retired Yankee num Banking was organized in 1900 ,
We had served a stint overseas ber was 7. as a result of requests by bank 3rd bigg** ..n.r 3rd biggest seller 3rd biggest seller
employees in various cities fora 1061 1882 1063 i iOr
and returned to be an !instructorin !
of education that
pio iam
navigation it so happened
would enable them better to understand "
celestial navigation was our"bug" The young son of a well- r It,
Even with all of the won known television star came the work they were doing
derful electronic equipment of home from school with his re Each year bank employe.
today, we still have a warm spot port card es of Brevard County participate -
in our heart for celestial na 'i- Well. son" said father in study courses five courses v
gation-the most reliable and ac- 'Were eau promoted""Better all of a college level, are requir'

curate in the world, than that, Dad I was ed before employee may re- IY
And so we spent 16 months held over for another 2(3( weeks ". eived his Pre.Standard Certificate a
until our discharge in April, 1946, and these courses include I
with the twin-towered building/ as I
our headquarters. We checked
many hundreds of student pilotson CERTIFIED
these machines as well as on WELDING SHOP

day Atlantic.and night flights out over the GENERAL REPAIRS The important thing about being t. ;

So you see, it was with a bit of ic

fading the buildings for the past demiseIt that we readof II HYDRAULIC HEAVY EQUIPMENT- DIESEL popular is staying!! that way.

served its purpose and like I FABRICATION OF ANY KIND!
many other Hidings: it has fallen -
by the wayside, JOHN SARVER JOHN ALLEN Wide-Track Pontiac
71$ Magnolia Avenue
According! to the Watcrville Titusville Phones 267-793 and 267-4142

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2-1 Tmiirflte "IfMJtl/ Star. Advocate FrIday, April 10, 1964

Church News Of The WeekFor

Titusville and North Brevard County I "


Deadline For Church News on These Pages 5 P. :-or. Wednesday
8 e /N'6

Good ShepherdDivine Mission Director IRC Methodist

10.10'MEDITATION Guest At II
worship services will ,,.. Speaker The service of worship for the

be held at Good Shepherd The Wbrld's Most W. J.V used Trinity LutheranRev Indian River City Methodist'

"Lutheran Church at 8 a.m. and Dtvononil Gild.ZhoUpparR. h k
Richard P Fenske, Regional morning p'" ffiy '
10:30: a.m., Sunday. April 12 :
'Tht Rev. Arnold F. Claus, pastor ) Director of American Mis. church building located on the c nal.av, > a a

for the congregation, will con skins of the American Lutheran Orlando Highway across from

duct these identical services. Churches, was guest speaker at Indian River Heights, '

Sunday School Junior Bible, the Trinity Lutheran Church if The pastor, Rev Robert Waddell .

Adult Bible, and the Pastor Indian River City last Sunday. will bring the message

Class will meet for one hour nt Rev. Fcnske commissioned 27 using as his subject, God Will
persons! to participate in the Help You" Scripture will be
9:15: a.m. Hoy Leasure, Sunday
Evangelism Program lie hails read from the Gospel according
School Superintendent, will conduct 4m-
from Nebraska and now makes to Mark\ The nursery will be
the opening service. o TMI wrla aoaA wsieiu lteeesaa
his home in Jacksonville available during the worship
At 11:30: a.m., in the Fellow
Read II Corinthians Three new members were ac- hour for infants and small child
hip: Hall. the Friendship .I
$ 17 through 6:2 acepted during the regular ren. "
Hour will be held in honor of : worship A "';
services which were conducted Sunday School: for all ages will d 6 '
confirmed adults ( e '
nil recently Christ, he {
be in
any man by Pastor Tejan Those be held from 9:4: am to 10:35: : .
and youth of the congregation. I is a new creature: old things .
accepted were G X Adams of a. "
Sunday evening the Good behold, all rnA ,
are pissed away; Titusville and Mr. and Mrs.
special offering will be taken tfj
Shepherd Friendship League things are become new (II Richard Hurt of Port St. Johns
the Alaska ItC
Sunday for Earth "
Will meet The time is let 4'
<< Corinthians 5:17: ) ..
Adams hails from South Carolinaand quake Appeal issued by the ;".
at 6 IS: "
promptly : In springtime we witness the the Hurts from a suburb of Methodist Church to help restorethe :
will attend the
Pastor Claus
miracles of freshness! fragrance, Pittsburgh where Pastor TeJan churches and parsonages
Pastoral Conference to be held and newness. Hedgerows and served before coming to Florida damaged and destroyed! there in \
nt Zion Lutheran Church in OrLando I
floweis. fields and gardens are the earthquake several weeks ago
on Monday
touched by the renewing powerof Church Of GodThe and to give aid to the Impoverish.ed .
The Lutheran Women's Missionary
God in nature.Dr. church workers and studentsin

League Executive Board James Reid tells of seeing/ Church of God will hold] the disaster area
will meet in the nursery room which the of Sunday School at 10:00: and warship The Methodist Youth Fellow .
a pond was scene
at the church Tuesday evening desolation. The water was stag at 11 o'clock Sunday at 308 ship will meet Sunday, 11:00: p.mat .
at 7:30: o'clock. Also that evening with Washington Ave., Titusville. the church. There will be no
the choked
nant and
at 7:30: the Pastor's class mud weeds and produced Weldon Mulkey, Jr, the Supt of evening service Sunday night.
will meet In the church office. and Sunday school extends a warm The adult choir will have its ,

Wednesday evening at 7:30( only ugliness and decay. But welcome to all\ rehearsal! Wednesday night, 7:30: ,

o'clock the choir will rehearse, when we passed it sometime It later In the devotional, led by Rev in the chapel
all was
The April meeting of the Ralph Mitchell, of the Evangelistic Girl Scout Troop No 130 will .
the weeds
the sanv pond, but ''!
Lutheran Women's Missionary have its at the
services at 7:30: there will regular meeting
League will be held at 8:30: p.m? were gone In their place be congregational singing, spec- church Tuesday 7:00: P.M. under -t. "':: 'A"

Thursday evening in the Fellow- were lilies. It was newness of ial singing, testimonies, and the supervision of Mrs. Jack .. f :'.'<' :
hand had been at II'
life. Some :
hip Hall of the church. prayer for the sick James, Scoutleader '
Several members of the work, cleaning the old, plantingthe The Quarterly Conference Except ,' v
and Bible ye become as a little child -" Oh, for the faith of that child, / :; ; ,;
new. Prayer meeting t .
L,W.M.L. will attend the Zone Nominating Committee will meet ;,
:'Rally! of the Lutheran Church, We have seen the miracle of !study will be Tuesday night at Friday, 7:30: p m at the church. your child, my child. FAITH that sees beyond the faults and' "

Missouri' Synod, which will be newness happen in hearts and) 7:30: and Youth meeting Thurs. The Men's Club painting and ., foibles of men, FAITH that rises above the anamosities and .;; -',
held Saturday from 9:00: am in lives. When a person becomes day at 7:30.Church: landscaping project will continue ,

until 3:00: p.m., at Redeemer a Christian, his life is Saturday L hatreds of nations, FAITH that overcomes the cruelties of tyrants and / m ,j

Lutheran Church, Melbourne under new management. Whena Of ChristThe sufferings of war, Oh, ye of little FAITH, know ye not that reI'TYltl.e'b,,. :
man Is in Christ and under NOTH'r FOil HID ,
Gated l bid.! will to* received by the It there's child in the midst? A Mt
a child for and '
Christian And His control that man walks In Church of Chirst Is locatedat Tltuivtll.Crwna Airport Authority, praying daddy, mommy =::== :
AllianceThe newness of life.PRAYER the corner of St Johns and up to 1:80: P.M. April 17. 14. at theCommisaleners and her church. A child believing that the whole round S
Missionary Room In County world. = ,
The scheduleof .
: 0 Christ we Hopkins Courlhouu In Tltuivllle. Florida, ':
t' is bound by chains about the feet of God. This child BELIEVES '
services is as follows: =
Sunday School of the thank Thee for coming to tornOne .
(1)) Elfin I'rame uteri build-
\Christian and Missionary Alliance give new life to all who would Sunday: Bible study, 9:50: Inc. BO x 8J x 10' Air Terminal I I. She goes to CHURCH WON'T YOU? ''j d
type Iiild area o* SO x 40 to ".... ,..-; ,r R ," L :
Indian River It. We ,.. ?
Church of receive Thee
praise ,
a.m.; worship service, 10:50: fce the flutahed floor In panelling. ,4'Vinyl S.:, ,:r',; :(s.n .,. ... 0 eys k ""j A' .f}
City, opens) at 9::45' a,rn. with for the evidence of Thy trans a.m., evening service, 8:00 p.m. ) daft.ov.rl.gr tae x 8"OVer>. acouitlcalc conorrt "

'John/ Allen !leading. ,Rev-:,For- forming power seen in the{ Midweek Bible study Is on .IHn.* wall. .and eHIInc acre to, : This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
lie la ulat d twn ((2) mt room
1' ..ward will teach.the adult Bible Jives of those who have submitted Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. 'wllk all nretmry plumbing amiflutnrn
J class using the topic: 'Man's themselves to Thy Tito floor, and walla 1
Bible classes for
are provided '
(W wad the height BulMInc t to ,
Place in God's Universe," control Visit us with Thy all age groups both Sunday morn- I 1)0) deigned according to South- Duffv's Moonland Mobile Homes Sales
era Standaid Building Code ,
: There are classes for all ages renewing grace. We ask in ing and Wednesday night. New cllh.allana may ... bad. at theBrevarA
: Also an up-to.date nursery is Thy spirit Amen. material for the Senior and Junior flee. County District 1 of. Mims, Florida U S 1 North of Overpass, Titusville

provided during each church Thought Fee The Day classes has been ordered. Payment to b. mad. upon In.peel

: service Junior Church is at Christ within gives one the The C new studies will begin Ion and Board.ac".plance by Airport Aulhorrll"u Town Motel

.11:00: a.m. power'to be a new kind of person within a few weeks. to be marked "mll.A Irpa.t
: "The Ministry of Action" will J. Clifford Mitchell A gospel meeting Is planned to bid Building envelope on. left ban 1 corner 0 Downtown Titusville! The Employees of

(England) begin Monday, April 13th, and Suburban Gas
:be the sermon topic by the pastor Airport Authority Hoard r'vptbe Propane Service
continue nightly through Tues right to< reject any and.I all bill>
: during the 11:00 a.m. worship COR1LAND )FLAKE Edwards
.hour The Christian Cadets Jehovah's Witnesses day, April 21st Marshall E. Pat CHAIRMAN RealtyJoe
ton, of Orlando, will be the TITl'KVI LLE-C'OCOA and Edwards
{and Senior AYF groups will The following schedule for the AIRPORT I AUTHORITY Mary

:meet at 6:30: p.m. Kingdom Hall, 1422 Norwood each speaker night The at services 1:30.: will begin FLORIDA nKtVARD COUVTY t Baldwin Shopping Center First Federal Savings & Loan Association

S "Did You See That Crowd?" Ave, is announced by L D Apr- ,-8,_10.. .(.Frl))_1964 Downtown Titusville

:twill be the sermon topic during Shawver, local presiding minis
the 7:30: p.m. worship hour ter: FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

There will be special music Sunday at 3:00: p.m. a Public 1027 Park Are Titusville Atlantic Plumbing Co.

:Jduring each of the above mentioied Bible lecture will be given by a Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Worship Hour. 11 A.M. S29 St. Johns St., Titusville Luke Cain
meetings. representative of the Watchtower
Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M. Hour
Evangelistic ,
: Wednesday, 7:30( p.m., Bible Society, R Hartman, whose sub State Farm Insurance Comparies
.study and Prayer meeting, ject will be "Everlasting Good 7 P.M Wed. midweek service. 7 P.M. 214 Palm, TitusvilleBaird's

t followed by choir practice News for All Peoples." Followingthe I THOMAS BEAM. MINISTER Threlkeld's Standard Service

a Thursday 7U: p.m.. all day lecture at 4:15 p.m., the Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome Downtown Titusville AM 79927Indian

(Friday, Christian Education Convention weekly Bible Study is held on the Infants & Toddlers Nursery

: in Orlando, Delaney St subject, "Telling the Generation Mobile Homes
C&MA Church To Come. Rte 1 Box 351 Cocoa. FloridaBoyd's
Every Tuesday, at 8,00 p.m. I River Machine Shop
J All the above services are de-
signed to meet your spiritual another Bible Study is held on TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn Indian River City, Florida
the subject, "Babylon the Great
J needs, and everyone is sincerely ( American Lutheran Church)
Has Fallen
God's Kingdom Gulf Service
,t invited to attend the meetings
Rules 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Mims Citrus Growers Association
1 regardless of your church affiliation Downtown Titusville
Thursday, at 7:30( p,m. the
: Theocratic Ministry School is INDIAN RIVER CITY III Mims, Florida

| Orsino held, followed at >.30 p.m. by the SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . .9:09 ajn.

t Services for Orsino Baptist llapti weekly Service Meeting. CHURCH SERVICES . . 10:15: a.m. W. E. Kennedy

Church, Rev. J. L. Gaines, Pas Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. Badcock Furniture. Titusville
We Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl
tor are as follows: First Presbyterian Mims, Florida

C Orsino Baptist to ordain Rev. CLAUDE I. TRJAN, Pastor j
I Geo. O Head to the Gospel Mm "Men for the Job" will be the Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc.
topic of the sermon by the Rev. ,
istry Sunday night at the 7.00
: o'clock worship hour. The pastor Charles W. Bates, pastor, at the .. .. Brevard Lumber Company Downtown Titusville
urged the entire membership to 8:30: and 11 am services Sun- '
| be present for this important day at First Presbyterian
e service. Church. There is a church-hour '

t !In preparation for the coming nursery at 11 clock only I First! Baptist Ray Nelson Insurance Agency BelkLindseyTitusville

revival the pastor will preach Sunday School, with classes

a during the 11 a m. worship hour (for all, convenes at 9:43: ; and Church" tq; rt1liii Big Apple Plaza :

ton "What Price Revival". the Junior.Hi and Senior.IM ';

Sunday School meets at 9:45 Youth Groups meet in the '
j a.m All are always welcome. church from 7 to 8 pin Burger King Morley's Western Auto ,

Of Mims z North U. S. 1 Titusville Mr ,.
: and Mrs. Chas J. Morley :,

j jt. Washington & Broad, Titusville
l.4S. iiu
"In The Heart Of The Communliy" I MORNING WORSHIP jj j Duff Electric: Titusville '. : .

11:00 A. M. w
Main & Hopkins TituiTllle. FloridaW. I YOUTH CHOIR :RE. r'"n I Mr. and Mrs. II, Guy Duff C. W. Danenburg

I HEARSAL 5:30 P. M. 2 $AP1T
S. Hardin Pastor TRAINING UNION j Danenborg: Realty

SERVICES 6:15: P. M. j Canaveral Rambler 1314 S. Washington Titusville

Phone 7-1348
Sunday Worship . . . . 8:30 & 11:00 AM 7:30: P. M. i 4a uenoet aJ+ S 'I II )

Sunday School . . . . . 9:45: A.M. WED NIGHT PRAYER OJtlt s I Master Cleaners

Training Union . . 6:15: AM SERVICE 7.30: P. M. jw I YIUAU Fransen's Drive In Restaurant S Hopkins at

Sunday Evening Worship . . 7130 P.M. "The End Of Your :' 3 1'1 i I Titusville City Limits

i Mid-Week Service. Wednesday . . . 7:30 P,M. Search For A Friendly ;; c1.( 8 and Employees, South Washington
Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established In Church- j: !I ;

1889 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention Air Conditioned For i <. .HWCSTVOOO= : Mutual Insurance Service,1n1.
Your Comfort I \ A'j Rinker Materials Corp. \
Alr-Condliloned Mother of Three Missions We Jl-isy: 1. Mr. and Mn, N. E. Jones
Only S Mlnutts From West Orange Ph. AM5900
Cordially InvUe You to Attend Our Servieea.a. Rev, Joseph E. Boatwrlght Downtown Tltutvlllt Downtown Titusville I

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I !' Friday, April 10, 1964 -_ Tltuivlll (Florida.r) Advecafe Page J-B 1 1st Missionary First Methodist Mims Methodist *

Baptist Mission Morns" I[ "so hip will be held ?Morning worship services at

ai 'It ,1m :and 11:00: n.m. on Sims Methodist Church are held
i I II First Missionary nap t I II t Sundae irmnti i ( with Rev. E. W. at 9:00: and 11 00 a.m The passtor'o
Church News Of The Weeks Church of Indian River City
Elder Howard Thornton No'mai! ( brinKinu( ( the messageAlt sermon topic this Sunday
I IN ,'n, ,111\t t n,, Loneliness" The morning will he Treasures in

Moiinces the following er\iw ,11'' ", I '- ii- will be broads Heaven".
s r 4r Revival now lit 01
I 1 10 each night with progress Or .lame : k 1! ."'i" ';...011"' Cation WRMF. Sunday School com en(' .1-

Titusville and North Brevard County Carpenter of Miami to contmii "'01, '). mol! will be held at 10.Oi) a.m.. with Robert nursl'r"f Porters
as superintendent and
through April 15 II'4";' ''n mi all ages! An ad
New The :S I P. M. : and classes for all
s Deadline For Church on Pages Wednesday 0 'Iiti, "met' ('I"rph l School for In : alll.Mcth'
43 .
Sunday : a.m. Sunday
odist) Yoith Fellowship meet nC
':tnlIII"IIIIh\ ) the sixth grndj
School; with classes for all ages /
Junior for
30 High
: p.m. ages:
will 1)1' "Id
: ._ ... ., .m ,. uoeit provided; 1100: a.m. al i 1100:: 12 IS will meet with !Mrs En
t Christian Science: \ Mornmii Worship Service Dr Youth i .( ,K,'itdn, will be held lewis as sponsor; Senior and)

'amen (carpenter; 1;:00 p.m. II' 4 oo I'' !Si' \'ncJay followed by older youths. 16.23, meet in the

"The kingdom of heaven is ilnnei at the Church; 2:00: p.m >rr" ,t, ,ti, p .i:< 'it' and MYF new educational building! with)

| at hand. Heal the sick cleanse a. Sh:ping: 6.30 p.m", Baptist rt',.,lhig \\.11.|! i(now Mrs. Arthur Miller as sponsor

I, the lepers raise the dead cast r> 'mmg Course, classes for all N tvcninii \\ir
out devils: freely ye have re lip"30 p.m.. Evening( Wor .1 I 7 in pm Sunday. p.m, lIymn.sln:: will be led hit

I ceived freely give These ,nip Service. Dr. James Carpen The Oleic: al Hoard will hold Lyle\ Duff and sermon topic I is

words from Matthew (ch. 10)) 'ci Church.
tF Its regular: monthly meeting;! on The Triumphant

: will be used u the Golden Text If ct Thursday lUUO: ..m., Ladies, Rev, I I. B, Hall Mondu',, Aprilt.\: at 7:30 p.m. Monday April 13. official

at Christian Science churches I visitation 7'IS p.m., Mens Visi Choir rehearsal will be held board meeting at 1:30: p.m,

s next Sunday. v r 4t ion 7'00 p.m., Beginner Annual Baptist nn Teie'sda\ nt 7:3J: j p.m. Tuesday: April 14, Boy Scout

The question, "Are Sin, Die ,hon, 110: p.m., Junior Choir Mlrtwrek prayer service will Troop 3(10( meets at 7:00: p..m.

case, and Death Real' will be he held at 7 30 p m, Wednesday Wednesday! April 15, Bible

explored in passages from the First Baptist Church Youth Night Th( Board of Trustees will study at 1:00: p.m. : senior choir

I | Dible and the Christian Science "sirs' Baptist Church offers meet on Thnrsd: : April 16, at practice, 7::45.

t textbook including this state I', worship services every Bipti
j ment: "God is not the author of S Odin: The early service ben will hold their annual practice, 3:30: p.m.Bcllwood .

4 mortal discords. Therefore we at 8'30 o'dock. Music by Youth Night on Saturday. Clear First Christian

t {' accept this conclusion that die i'., Youth Choir and a message lake Uoptht\ Church, Cocoa, Is Baptist

) cords have only a fabulous exist 11' Pastor Dr. W. S. HardinSnndi host The special speaker for I lirsl Christian (hurcll of TI.

once, are mortal beliefs which \ School begins at 9.IJ: the occasion Is Rev. I J. 11 Hall, tiiRillle, fro Eddie Fine, pas!! IIwood Baptist Chapel servIces
divine Truth and Love destroy' arc announced a* follows! hy
H 'n with graded nurst'ries. outstanding; for his work with let, aitninihciH the following serv
(Science and Health with Key: the! Pastor Dro Herbert' Waltera
d.I sea and departments for all Miung!! poople :
to the Scriptures UfsSunday. *t
by Mary Baker .
'ii::. Cradle! Roll for Infants : Sundry School 10
Eddy p. 231)). W?, n.hmorning; ; worship, 11100: Sunday Schod, 9U: ..m..:;
----. ''- '' ".,,-.,,--.- .- linn xtrnslon); Department forms The afternoon session begins
M First Church sluts. shut.ms and peopleMho with registration ot 345: ThisIs with sermon topic' "The Slave of morning worship, U:30. r
of Christ Foster Howard Rev. John
GROUND BREAKING Taking partin Thornton Jesus Chrmt Christian Endeavor Thil chapel I Is located 4 !miles
i Scientist Titusville, holds Sun Faulk and must work on Sunday. I followed by the Sword Drill
Canada Commissioner
the ground breaking ceremony for Pine 6:43: Bible south (if Indian River City on the
day services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday Grove Baptist Mission at Scottsmoor Sat Rev Roe Johnson. Regular morning worship at and Speakers Tournament Other hour, 1:10.:: on The: Growing right! side of U. S. t, one half

testimony meetings at( urday April 1 4. were, left to right: Willis 11, 00 a m Music by the Adult features of the afternoon Include Christian Known His Church." mile north of Orlando, Utilities',

I 8 p.m. at 109 Baldwin Shopping t IK>II and message by the Past two films, Tccn Queen' and Tuesdiy. April 14, Willing an I is a mission of Central Baptist .
Center. Sunday School for 01 on "The Divine Standard'Training "The Communist Threat' and |
of Indian River City
LutheranSunday Workers Clrc'Ii' nu-Is at the
children to the Held Trinity Union meets at 6:15: the poster contest. This part
I up age of 20 con Ground Breaking Services home of Mrs Rl. ry Lunn Smith J
vencs at 11 aim In the Chamber p.m. for all age groups. of the program is open to all. ,
f morning worship service Wednesday. April 15, 7:308:13: : '
of Commerce building All Evening worship at 730: p.m. Father John B O Hare, pastor:
are Churchon meeting service' '
welcome. For Pine Grove Baptist MissionGround Magnolia nt Trinity Ave. In Indian with music by the Intermediate The youth and their leaders prayer : Sunday( Masses: 7:00. 8:30,

I Chou Message by the Pastor on are In'ill'd for supper and th" 10:09() and 11:30 a.m. v
Hivrr ritv hpfflns nt 10:15 a m Catholic Services
Spiritual Reserves." activities that follow. These WlcklMus's) : Monday
Central Baptist breaking services were Grove Missionary Baptist Churchof A'nursery; ; provided during
Midweek services begin at include: hoolcnnnnv, skits t through Friday 8'00 a m" Saturday
held Saturday April 4, for the Christmas. who read from the4th the service for small children Hour of worship) at St Ter.Ua' .
8:30( Wednesday with organizational special music and Riv Hall s, 9.00 8.mConfessions
I Central Pine Grove Baptist Mission in chapter of Nehemiah; County
Baptist Church of Indian Sunday School begins at 9:00: Catholic hunh, arc an
Scottsmoor Plans call for the Commissioner Gus Faulk, who meetings followed byPrayer message. Saturdays 4:00.800and : :
] River City Rev D. V. Mek
with classes for all ages. The nounced:: follows by RevANNOUNCING
7 00 8 00
k Allister, pastor announces the new sanctuary to be constructed made a short talk: Rev Howard Service at 730: o'clock. : : p m. e
Is Pastor
adult class taught by
following services: in the near future. Thornton, pastor of First Baptist Youth Choir rehearsal at 8:30: Rev. I I. B. Hall Is now pastorof
WP invite to jOin
Rev. Roe Johnson, Missionary\ Church of IRC, led In prayer. The Tejan you the First Baptist Church.

!! Sunday: Sunday School, 9:4:1: : Pastor, was in charge of the congregation sang a hymn and us on Sunday morning p.m.Mims Marl 'ttt: Geoign Prior to that Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist

I a.m. ; morning worship 11:00: ; service with the following taking was dismissed with prayer by The Junior Lutherans will Church Of GodThe he held other pastorates and served .i

J Deacons meeting 2:30: p.m.; Rev. John Canada, Pine Willis Foster, a member of the
I Youth choir part: meet Sunday afternoon at 2:00.: Mims Church of God as Director of Baptist Student 2 MORNING WORSHIP I
practice 6:00: ; Mission Rev Kyle H Bryan, Pastor Work In Atlanta, Georgia
This is for children SERVICES Announces the new
group age
Training Union, 6:30 t
: ; evening EpiscopalThe The Mission( held Its first servIce
C) ll. The Luther will announces the following services He has made a study tour of
I i worship, 7:30: ; adult choir practice schedule for St. Gabriel'aEpiscopal In March, 1962:!, under the location of his office
I : Europe and the Poly:
melt at the church Mims
8:45.Monday of Rev. Johnson
leadership ai
I! Church, as announcedby from 0).7. Sunday: Sunday School 10 inPIRTLE
Pastor. The -
Missionary congregation Methodist ChurchEarly
: Brotherhood meeting, Father Ferguson is as foil a.m.; morning worship 11; Other program personalitiesare PLAZA

7:30: p.m. ows: is now. holding servicesin which The Confirmation Class will evangelistic service, 7:00 p.m. Master of Ceremonies Chailis Service of Worship f ..m, TltutvllU, FU.
the two building
I On Sunday, April 12. Morning story meet Tuesday evening at 600. Wednesday 7:30 p.m., youth Bugft I Jr. and Song Leader Second Service of Worship I 11) am
Tuesday: 9:30: a.m. Betty was formerly the posto'fice in Office Hours Phon*
Mills Circle meets with Mrs, Prayer will be said at 7:15: a.m.; Scottsmoor The Junior Lutheran choir will service with Mrs Sue Bell In Paul Martin, both of Stetson Rev Lloyd: W. MjlIU, Patter f:004:00 AM 7.1915
Communion will be celebrated rehearse at 6:30 Tuesday and charge
Holy University.
t, Sarah Bates 1090 Johnson St; Sponsored by tlie Pine Grove the! Adult Choir rehearsal begins's, ---
Sunday -------- -- -- -
2 30 Helen at. 7:30 a.m.1 ,
: p m" Masters Circle Missionary Baptist Church of
meets with !\Mrs W E. Lewis, School, for the fourth grade and Christmas the Mission is affil at 7:00: Tuesday

214 Tuscarora Road!; 7:30: Night up will meet at 9:00: am The iated with the American Bantist At 7:30 Wednesday eveningthe

Circle meets with Mrs Nadine adult class will also meet at this Association Adult Instruction Class will ,

Mount, 250 Keats Ave.: 7:30.: time under the direction of meet at the church. This classis

1 YWA meets at the church. Jack Horton; Family Eucharistwill First Church Of GodThe to teach the beliefs and practices 1tlr'r t. 1 1 if'I t, '>ti # ''v.' i

: be celebrated at 10:00: a.m.; of l t '
Wednesday 6:30, services of the First the Lutheran Church llic 'la 4
: : Beginnerand Certainly ug
The Sunday School, third grade t
{ Primary Sunbeams, Junior Church God will begin with and the Christian Church in gtncrul price Snallerr
10:00 ,
and below, will meet at : ; 'r aiW ,gyp
\ and Intermediate GA's. and RA's a.m. under the direction of Sunday School classes at 10:00: Anyone Interested is invited .

meet at the church; 7:00: Officersand James Munnis, Jr. o'clock this Sunday: morning. to attend.
teachers meeting; 7:30.: bus There will be classes for all
On Tuesday April 14, the St to 11 '
loess meeting and prayer meetIng ages -- 'JOlt. .
; Catherine Chapter will meet at
The worship service
8:00: p.m. at the home of Mrs. morning
t will follow at 10:43: o'clock with t
Thursday: All day visitation Ford ,
and fiND I
the Rev Ronald Holder LIFE
women 9:30: a.m., men, 1:00: On Wednesday, April 15, 115= pastor
tne 1 BRING YOUR ,
p.m. a.m. Morning Prayer, and Holy bringing morning message u 1.I
entitled, "The Ind welling'! f:(The .on.lt seeker AND CUTTER'S ;.t I
for truth will. 'tow
The RA Congress will\ be heldat Christ" rind ,
the On Thursday April 16, 9:30: pot,.rte_, hop. and a glowing t
I First Baptist Church Fort During the Youth Fellowship I faith In God. The POlliO" WALGREENPRESCRIPTION
Laudcrdale on April 17 and 18. a.m. Holy Communion },r good make worth' a
meeting! there will be a treasure p nwording -
I i
r---- The choir will rehearse on Friday txptrcnct.' WALGREENS J
1 .. ... ... .....YI .. April 17, ut 7:43: p.m. hunt, followed by a time of re 1'r
fresh ment and a study period. t/t1tldt&ttfl'ltat+ :
I Evening Prayer will be readat
: 5:00: p.m. Monday Wednesday Midweek service this week ,m'.11I'HIII'i'l' !; : ; .:II SERVICEis : HERIS fj9 FIFIER ; ; ,.', ;
: will be hell Wednesday evenIng .
II and Friday and al 7:00p
i.I ,i.. In the home of Mr. and Mrs, 4,15 ..1,5,1ins.5' nth"I, so VERY '
.m, on Tuesday and Thursday. PHARMACY SERVICE
I A Robert Bever, 2738 Pine ridge him, \.11.. "Thl'lInlo". ; .'"
i ttend Scottsmoor Baptist Road. The meeting will con IH \rllm' LOW PRICED. i 7 t ; y ><

vane at 7:30: o'clock.On ',''hl"h frtlIII'. i { U j..
Sunday School Is slated for
I : Tuesday evening at 7:30 0115' "'.\.. ?IIr,',I .inn nr.Th. .
Services 9:45: am at First Baptist
o'clock there will be a Board of 5 rnedC'It
Church of Scottsmoor Benjamin
l with Trustees Meeting. M: >. It'''III.: I" ",., "..lIn. S, ti
Busby. Sr., as superintendent
This and classes. for all ages Services are presently being llrnlr" / forking 5 UixlirnChristian ,
conducted on Sunday morningIn nrwry
; Morning worship service will the Indian River Fire
f : City
1 Week be at 11:00: with Rev. Cordell Hull &
on Magnolia Ave.
from Georgia bringing the lit Missionary
This congregation is associated +r7 dMl
I rpirational Music will
message with the Church of God whose Alliance
at your own be rendered by the adult choir
general offices are In Anderson
with Mrs. Morris Helium as Ind. One, need tnAlee. hit" 111.
director h",. Rey .'",..,d'. "1'a.ler

place Training Union with Mrs I 1 I l # !:

Grady Sanders as director will

of worship be at 6:30: p.m? with unions for
all age groups. First Methodist Church Titusville r 0

Rev. Cordell will also bring n':;
Morning Worship 9:45: and 11:00:
1.I the message at the 7:30 p.m. ,
evening service ((11:00: o'clock service broadcast over

: Midweek service will Radio Station WRMF)

I take place Wednesday: at 7 p.m. Evening Worship 7.30: \

The study course on The Letterto Sunday School / /

the Ephesians will be continued 9:45: (all classes Infants through adults)

11:00: (class. for infants through sixth grad)

The Girls' Auxiliary will meetat
the church Saturday at 2 p.m.







from reaching
with the rosp.ns you get ,
You II b. pl..ed
of North Brtvard County through the columns of DOOR PRIZES I WALGREEN TJTUSVILLEAGENCY

the h...Tstir.Ad church pe0... A paid *,.rtl..'"." the RIDES. GAMESI! CUTTER DRUGS MAGNOLIA AVE.I .

lilt of this E2174131 -..m nt will' coot you only" $5.00 por 11_. Call PONIES I R. a
of advertising mOft.
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"H-P.g. 4-8 Tttuivllle (Flerlda} Stir Advocate Friday, Arlll0. W4 ., old.ult iv THE (OCNTY Jtnnr.
IV Trig ("u.( tiT Clll'MT' or TMRMh fall 10 do 10, J..m..nl by ,\11 Mitt
smokes a cigarette. till Kr IV HKMRDVVM.
_... .., ------O JIIIUIU. IHCIlr: l\: AMIOH will be taken against you for the ,
Tel! him you dave discoveredthe > HH 1\:: ,\K IJ IOCMM:II FLOa- relief demanded In the Complaint., t, ." "VTrIN :
of the
magazine and you hope ha IN 1'1111FaYO.enaIM' proceeded against :
WARREN J. 11CCII) ; AN ANDeceased. : ,
se1--ry'e.-' Ives "Geld wM _n04"I :NOTH: 10 I'l .tK M> OH Ullllt.H Lot 14. Block 4*. of POUT
Ke : Y will outgrow the peeking stage Ot .'1 151.14.5 r111N: .Mllr I lull MALABAR. UNIT TWO accordIng .
Crossword Puzzle before his children are old en- tOKM'1.01 asMcCAL'GHAN to the Plat thereof, record \aUrll! TII (1thlff11Nv
LPL .d In Plat Book U, at Page 66 TO ALL PKRSONH: :, HAVIV/
ough to use his tool box. of the Public Records of Bre- CLAIM OR DUMAM1 AUAISsr;
MANY, INC. Florida ,
a c ,
,I ACROSS Deadly 21. Very a1. A > "A'' Plaintiff: yard County, riorltla BAIL ESTATE:
will be to
Warp-yarn harm: bundan.t H'' r p A Ann Landers -vaADELI.VU This notice shall be published You and each. of you, artI I,, ?

,.. 4. Music note poetic 23. Biblical i ;" A A t help you with your problems. M DKATO.V, a widow once .each In the week Tlluevllle for four "Star-Advo-"n..eullvew..k. claims by notified and and tlemani required which to ill '''11
8. Newt 3. Undename + u Send them to her In care of ml itlll not reumrrled cet.. cither of you, may have. against Y'r i. ,", j I
9. Aromatic vcloped 24. Of a A- Defendant DONE' AND ORDERED at Tltuavllle. eata.a In the odks of the lion..?, ,10"i ".
e evergreen flowers river 1H' r this newspaper shrub Nourllhed bank + :damped self-addressed envel- I4U widow and .1111 not remarried hi day of April A,D., 1IW4. Hmvartl County Florida, at hi. r
Georgia Avenue
1, (Court Beat) ties In the courlhouite In Tlt"-",iFlorlila ,
11. Portuguese 5. Mane 25. Showerl t- 4 ope. Silver liprlnie, Maryland CU'HTISf R HARXEHCLKKK. '! within all l te> tnnnlh f, ,?
coin nickname rain N;. YOU ADELINE:: M. BEATON, U1KCI: 'IT COURT the linn" of the first publican" ,.", ,)1 I
ire hereby notified, that .
12. Covered 8. Cod (It love and Ice Forailoaure a Comiilalnlfor 1IY.: lliTtlc Hall this notice.Each
(&I Ice) Marlhee 21. Conlt- been filed agalnat of origins, hai Deputy Clerk : claim or dcmsnil mimi, "
I you ndolo"" are I Joseph' M Fltigeraltl wrlllug and contain the plan> f ,, .
Ti.trvday'i have rental requred to
with 8. Neat emus I If f you nerve a your 2"8 Security Tiusl, Building lilcnc' and, post office. silclrt-i r rclHlmant ,I..,
ahruba 39.Llquld Answer or PI..Unre, to the Comeph
non-ekid 10. Plexus Miami 3J: Florida and moat bn sworn. i i I i.
material 12. Frightens ::10. "Yea;' ln measure: 'idaln, on the!.. 7\I.U\ attorney, Ulsnklln l-r 613 lie claimant his agent or mi,", ,,,,, t\
; I list it in M. I Hocurltyiniiil
: housing or the sim shall be void
13.COvonant 13.Dalry Madrid Egypt Bullillnf. Miami 3:1: Florida" Apr. 8, 10, 17 .21 (iP'rl.i) I1MI.
14. Top of product :13. A pebble: 40. Anglo- end file the original Answer or ;m Kenneth W BtiLhsim" ,"
a wave 1:1.: Pay Brit Saxon The Star-Advocate! Pleadlnic, In the office of the Clerk ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only Administrator Kenneth VV. Buchmian

15. Untidy attention 33.:I System of domeetle 8th of the day circuit of May Court, A.D.on, or 196 before(. If you the 25c each at the Star-Advocate Mar 17.: Apr 3, 10) 17 (Fri" I "I,
18. Part of 18. Creek signals 42. Speniih
"to bo" letter ::16. A filament hero

I I' 17. Egress 20. Man's ot the head 44. Left hand 1 \ EXCEPT THAT'6' THE

10. Persian name 31. Spirit lamp page YEAH US a
coin PL EI1)n
26. Literary Burle.:1': : V"- LOOKS SOCLEAN BESTJ /

compoaitlon 7/A' e __ -Li

28. Satan 4.10 I AND NEW
29. Barrel I+ r0 LIKE IT -

.' parts "'a 4. r saddest hard-luck story I ever heard ." RI6HT AFrERr .
31. Mature." 1T RAlN.S YC r ( I

32. Certainly: .
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archalo rr// ,/ ,/ '/ we don't lcd that what she did up their faces.Should :

34.Iriah 35. A game poet 't y 41 ; fl- u'e wa-i such a crime. She Is tall I throw the magazinesout lit S 1'/L'Ijg'a'Je' I

mid thin and built like flag-
ot skill
t r7Lt and keep quiet, tell him 1 9 N
I" 38. FUnUIk..It r// poKriecibo irw t"' bVa

vt, rock 1e a print this letter with a know they are there, or Just for

41.promise Solemn" It tic plea for understanding. get it' Help me. NAOMI Oft

42,Turning / // "/ a "e : /: 'l/ an Thank you from all of us. Dear Naomi: Your husband Is C
r'h /'h .
."'I, point It K II H ,'" SOHRY FOn IIER still operating at an adolescent .. WNY DOE5N'T' THAT'5THIRSTrrs' BOV/ HE'S' GOING TO BE A

43. Cl mor Dour Sony: I can Imagine no level like the little boy who ,. HE CAME TO BIG ONE WHEN ME DOES

,:. 44. Capltal Austria l ., eae' topic which would be less anylicxly bides behind the garage and =: : THE INSTEAD DOOR CCSa z NASN'TEi ROW UP.

45. cUc's business than this
Epoch .
; : o' if/- e. V YELLING GROWN UP.I .
III'r/ V/: 1

,: 4LpUWHalfanem d 'n rN one.A girl does not owe an affarlavit 0 ,

1)'u' 1. P.aalmlat to the public (that everything
III'' --1-/0 they see is for real. This
COL: lor teeth, eyelashes, hair,
ana yes measurements.

Tile one who should be hanging

Ann Landers her head in shame it that 1 ,;e

big-mouth dame who blabbed "1'111( I I

ear rtor. -(/
Dear Ann Landers: 1 have a
No Grave
., Digger lot of respect for your advice. ---- ---- -

Am I Immature or !is there some
thing with the I
wrong man am :
I I Dear Ann Landers: In 1923, If you arc so nuts about mon married to? Here's an extra worth VAN DABBLER, IMPOSSIBLE Ji lf ,

1 i' ;, when I was a :youngster, my ey why don't; you dig up a second Wallace (not his real name) is shouting its planning about your! Whether complete ANY6TILLLIFESQ YtLi EVER PAINT "JlG ,

,, mother died. I was an only job? 30 years old. We have been married insurance program, /III( i [ w 1

hild and the family had quite seven years and have two helping with claims or reviewing 111Th cot

I a lot of money. My dad managedto Dear Ann Landers: We are prc-schorl children. Wallace\ is erages you your can present count cov on

lose everything by the time\ I a faithful und considerate hus us es Etna Casualty l

graduated from high school\ He shook few up days: ago It was that discovereda a: certain band and a fine father. Althoughwe a"entl-to PersonaService.deliver, P.S.- >- LPr l( ///,

IJ dead now. have or little spats I would :z: t 1 h it
gill I in our class (we are high
our marriage is solid one.I .
say a N
A few weeks at a family school juniors) has been puttingup
I should add, our sex life is very KEEL 111
11"I I party, they got to talking about a "false front. satisfying z 'i 6LLft// '

m>' nether end what beautiful Her shower partner got mad INSURANCEAGENCY. 4.10 \ I / \ UMaLEi
II.il l Last week I discovered
by accident
I I jewelry she had. One of my at her for some petty reason and INC. OCW.
that Wallace has hidden
cousins asked what happened told. The news has spread 201 Magnolia Avenue POOR MR. ABERNATHY WE'D BETTER NOT GETTOO \ YoU'RE

d to the j jewelry. My great unclerrplied like wild-fire and the boys are' ome.girlie magazines under his I. R. C. 267.7121 Qe HAS ATERRIBLE CLOSE TO H/W/ -COLDS CAN J kFR 1 TELLING e i
toolbox in the basement work
it." "They buried her In making rude reinaiks. The shop.. I've heard about such tJ HEAD COLD! BE VERY CONTAGIOUS! H00! ME! abj

h,1)'' girl is so embarrassed the can't H
magazines but I had never ETNA CASUALTY

I'' ,'" lold her head up. teen one. Believe me \ wa3 111 r r
When we got home I mention 1110 SURf, COMPaNY

...... ed to my wife we could sure use We all feel lOrry for her be shocked that gills would' pose MMTFORO. CONNECTICUT I jlf d1V111 11\

'"" some money and I would like cause she Is a good person Also. that way without even covering 11 j

to have my mother's grave dug

up and sell (the jewelry. She 1

looked ot me like I was crazy
Would this be such a terrible
thing to do? After all, I am PIpGEtAy

entitled t> whatever woildly .- ----1-. 4 il da _

goods my parents had. My wife lOt 11I11 r Ch 9 Arrest and Trial' r
Friday 6: says the thought of it makes her 8 New, ,
Nporti W..thll! ,
('h (8 I Oli-brlly Oame, ra
:.,:;skin crawl. May I have your NIGHT 6:17: : Ch. 2 Newa. Sport Wcatl 8:30: ('11.11 Glade In Ainorlia ON \ IO yroNIONK
eoo (11. S N..... dp.rta. Weather 6:0: Ch. 8 Washington! Report ('h, 0 Candid CanteraCh. : a\ ic
(<<-'h. 5 N..... Spurts. WealherY '::M Ch. h Minter KdCh. : : 9 Htoncy Burke \
opinion? PRACTICAL MAN 10 ('Ii. a .,lIlorl.1II II Uuy LoniljarJo HI:III)) l-I: caniry. 4< oNkIONk O
:.O'h.<< Y New., Spurts .:41> Ch. 2: hews Hmi.ier' .. Vennur I in I:JO' ('h.11 What My 'l.lni-T ++V
Dear Man: How practical can 8ao: Ch: a N..... Ilun'leyBrtnkleyU.43 7.00: ('S.21'Ireun Bov 11.30: Ch.2 News ""01'10. Weather
get? You've <-'h.< >Y> News. weather Ch. 8 Central FloridaYhowenae Ch. 1 New. lUirv Keaaoncr Il ,mot -
you managed to 1:110'h.: << a hd.nt,' lkrek.Cs. stile: Ch.: 0 AOl, News Ki-iiiirtii 1 r f r /
gl( by this long without digging; II Wyatt i'sraCh : 7.30S (Ch.'h.I:0 Una Lleiilonant Hunt 11.13: Ch.: C lit",v. "The Urlde Wqie'
<< >a> Lawbrealr.T3U Uoola J %
vp al't graves, haven't you? :: Cu: a Inlernal..nal IIho..llmr 'h.('h. 9 8 Jackie llmuuiianuyC (II emon II-M I I: ('h.5 AIIO New Report HONK' i
('h. a Ur..t Advealura "h.I: U :JO (.It, 2 fitter Clnnn 1
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('h. 5 Ilaetry 11:40.It.: << 9 KeyholeMonday "
ENVELOPES Business bites h. 11 DefendersCh.
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>9> Lawrence Welk
Also I Urafl Envelopes with clasp ('h. 8 Itout. 451Ch
9 IIu'ke' law, 9.MI:. (..h :2 Movie The Vllltu ." Q
fur mailing.! Full stock at Star IUO th.: 2 That was Ibe Week lIau: Ch 8 Phil "IIv.nLh. _
Advocate.. that war U 11ull'wo"1 Palace10:4w 1\1OK'II'IU! C r o ,
Ch, 8 Twllllhi Zone : t h. II liunalltukn <
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Ch. II Alfred HlleheoekCh. 11:00: ('h. 6 News. 11"1'1." Weather Ch C fun.hllle Almnnao -..
1lIU: Lh.: 11 610..1. Angela In tiroruheld 11,30 lh, 11' tlvlll.allon:
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Thru 7.00 ('h 5'I rd". ..
FLORIDA 10:45: Ch 8 Make that Spare' Ci: ,. U 1It".h. 'ihe Man. III thritaHlcat' (.... S I.,. Ion Alphabet
Sit.THEATRE 11.00 Ch 2 N..... $porla. Weather
.. 7:30:: Ch. C Features
l'1) 11 News Nparta' Weather
11:311: Ch I M.vie J'I'llnl" and l theI'uuUer" z
(:5. II News. Hob Younll ( h. .e Mvan.: r ;
Titusvllle 11 111 ('h 8 N..... 1'01'1.' Weather '::61'h.. 11. a. hOes. tier eas 00p5' I IrcI
11:1: / Ch. I tI".rlal1J. II'MI' ('h. II .plaln Kangaroo
Open 6:33: -In Coljr--11:10: .3 ('b. 11 M'J\I. "UII I."alucr" Sunday 9:01:: ('h 8 ('..rlonoaL00
('h. 8 Weather : I'h. 2 lutv.rrn Court V ha 1
l1UU: l'h.I: Johnny Carson ('h. 8 Am..rlc.n III.l..ry s A
"Battle Beyond Ch 5 Maverick 01 tuB, I 10 4. 'b. 8 t.prcl.e: for Women
1:110: ('h. C Light Time 9 III ell., f Caro"na aS
The Sun" l'h,5 livnpel" CII..n 9.441. ('h. 8 nomp"r Room ..
t h, 2 Yon Are' There
Saturday 1:014: 10:00: C'h. 2 Bv When ,-+..wwvirer
Ch a "rlllHh C.leodae' ('h. 11 News. Mika W'sface
IN COLOR 1:25: t n. U Silo iii,as Conference Io:2S: Ch 2 New.. Kdwln: NewntaoIoau ICNE Y
1I1t1RII'IU! 1:11: ('h. 6 InI""Y' out I'"rode : C'h. 2 Word, for Word
5:30: Ch II hu..r'' hmneete9'7te 9JO: (.5. 2 ('hlld,...,,'. tlmpel !tour eh II I Love LurvCe.
"War Of : ('5. 8 (11'01"" AIt..auo ('h. 8 Thl. I. the Life 8 IIre'nh..r HIds,
7:30: ('h. 11 Une-Way MlrrnrCh ('h. 5 Word or IJIalooo 11.00 eh.I': 'on.nlr.llun
The Worlds" Y H, '..tJ.ltl.rhlll' : ('h.I: Wh' Service ('h, II M.'oy.eh. .
1,00 Ch.I: Aero. the 'en.'. ('h. II t.t.r:. 1\1 unto 8 Prlrs I. flight
('n, 11 'Hpl.ln K.nl.roCl <(<-'h. I l'b"r.h I" the Hume. 1t:30: Ch. :7 Musing Link.CS. ----
IN COLOR 9:50: Ch. Y R..Ic) Jones 11:00: ('h 2 Oanl.r: Mlles II 1'.le and, Gladys CLARSIEDLOUSY \
1:3U: (('h.7ltobin: 110011 ('h. II Eaa4er: Service Ch. 8 lib' I.,.! InAPTLNOrY SRAKIT COULD aE THE NEYT HULK
Ch. II MaJ..r Mercury Ch 5 (.h".h !I'.rvl. WAS TDO GOOD TO BE TRUE ? DON'TMEAN All pUR LUCK'SWELLPOP We RUNS IN to IS 7UST
"Journey To The 1:00: ('b.I: lI"p.r.arCII. 1pTS.atoo0 12:00: Ch. :2 Your t"rR! mpr..lon WNAT00WECONExT'I GOIN'T'SEBAO, SON CRAWLIN' WITH GOIO; Wt'L
II Alvin 12:00: "h. 2 ttavlval' Time. Ch. II l.nv. of Lifo F GET A FRESH ,
Seventh Planet"CROW 5:30: l'h.I: huff and R.ldyh. Ch 6 nn.-W. Mirror ('h. 8 Seven K"v.U IN THE START
(- II T.nne..ee Tuxedo Ch. 5 rallh. for Today ::S eb. 1 New.. Koherl Trolll
Ch f Puperm.n. 12:30: ('h. 2 Oral IlnhrrlsCh uall: ('h. :7 Truth or t'nna.tn.ncea tt44
10:00: ('S. :2 Hector tlesthrote C Fare" the Nallon rh. 11 ".ar.'h fnr Tomorrow a
Thru (-h. 8 Quick Draw M.Ur.w, ('h. S Lower, Llghthoueettoii rh 9 Father Hn..... Heal r '
TonlleSat.t Ch. 1 Junior Au"Hon : ('h. 2 'hrlolt'l'h.r rrooromrho 12:411: ('h. II Outdlnll Llgb' .
10:30: ('h. 2 t'lr.b.1I XI.eh. .-& a Your life In the World II MI.ht Mounecm. Ch. 1 11.1'.1,1' ot troll 1:00: Ch. 7 Newa. Wea1Se1 I I1YvjSia
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DRIVE-IN Titusvllls 11:00: ('S.7lwnnle tho Memos 'h. U Sllenls Plee.Ch. <'h. II trnle: lord
Ch II Hln Tin Tin 1 Challengelalf 1:15: I'S. 2 t'oru.
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11:311: ('h. 2 Fury U Rig Piolure' 1 A. Ih. Weld Till'''''
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JOHN II llrany and Cecil 1:45: ('h. 5 ('uloon.I" jZ
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WAYNE 12:00: Ch. S tIt'r.ant I't'.toa ape"laculnrCh ('h. II I'aaeword22s =
Ch. S sky King 5 1'1'0 ttnwlero Tour. ('h.I: News. Floyd K.lbr ( 4.37NEYIT'S
J Ch. 9 Huge Runny 4,00 ('h. 6 MaNt.r. (I.r'II. 2:10:: ('S. :2 I'octor.
MAUREEN O'HARA"McCLINTOCK" 12:30: ('h. 8 Rnllwlnkl, < a One of a xlnd ('h. II Hnuon Pony 11 ISNE' THE
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Friday, April 10, W4 Tltuivlll.(Florida) Star..Advocate Pap 5-. 11 W.)
Conference : under the leadership cf Mln Imyer tlngt aeli Sunday nl M. .
Mormon And ChoirThe A new adult choir Is being( Alice Conner The Youth choir -
formed to sing during the 045: under the direction of Mrs. Dale ADDING MACHINE 'RULLS.-onJy
world famed 373>'oio' hinis.inis I ,|, of "alormons'and[ worship service. This choir is CuMer and :Mrs Robert Ned25c fleD It' the Star-/4yoc
Tabernacle Choir founded It'adci' Office
Mormon truss around the Iobc.
more than I century ago!: The xtsionj an broadcast overall
famous for popular recordings, : ratio itions( and transmitted I
_and nearly 34 sears of national MI xlmrt Ilia\.' III :Mexico ('an-
radio broadcasts, will appear' on ,,1f1.1 i s,""ith' \\I'1'1t\ II i the ('arriIn '
the annual General Conference III i ( 'anfraa .iml Europe I RE-ELECT
the Church of Jesus Christ of I II
Latter y Saints. (Mormons)

This unique! thoral: orujnization ,' First! Methodist I ...- .- .
i av under the baton of l LJr I r

Richard P. Comlie with distin I ,',
wished Tabernacle' Organist. (Ir To Initiate I
f sW Alexander' Schielner a n'l I Dr :
r'r Frank W. Asper, will be "no 01>i I

the features of the Church Cnn Schedule Change i
(creams Sessions on Sunday April|<

12 First Methodist\ Church ol Tltiwille 'I. .
the will In' i
Locally program
is announcing a change: '. .
channel 9, at .
seen on YVITV 9 pr schedule
beginning Sunday '
11 8m. a< a public aertice.A .\pril 12th. r '
special' coast to-coast networkof
more than 165 T. V. Stations The first change;: involves the i J t.;. ; "
will televise the Conference' orbs. Church worship servlcts Ilie I .
t mating from the historic Mormon new schedule will hone mornini! J .; .li........
Tabernacle on Temple Square- worship at 9.1.5: and I tl (10( Bar: ..
Salt Lake City. Utah. pin, worship will continue* at ;.
Presiding r\er this 13ltli\ annual 7:30: "

l M'f conference' will bo \Dahl o .. I .
-",. '" The second change!: muilvcs
' -.. :McKay sustained, by the mean
the addition. of a new Suri'l.' \
MAKES PRESENTATIONS Charles Walding, (secciid from left) first place hers nf the church as a prophet .
!School session( The regular Sun I .
Shceler, (third from right) Titusville Jay- winner and Mike Farm (third from left) of God president of the Church
and world.wi le spiritual leaden Uv School for all ages intanN
cee is shown presenting award to the win- who placed third look on Also> PIC-
of more than two-million "Mol"ml.m" through ndults, will to at v $13 I Ito
hers of the Junior Division of a recent tured is Ralph Robertson Parkwav Tumor !:
Road-E-O driving contest held at Park- High Principal and drive, education instructors Revered and I beloved( hv' additional session for infants ;
way Jumoi lhjh Second place winner Hank Lowe heft) and Jack his people the widely lia\elm_ Ilii" 'ich!: the sixth grade will lie at
President observed his 1
Connie Sue King ts shown inside the car Boone (right). Sheeler was Jaycee\ chair- McKay -- ----- I p
90th birthday last September II.
receiving het certificate while David of the RoadEOSA( Photo S
man ) will he assisted with the Confer, I Ken & Keith Malcolm
,'"r___ JIU_ gat.___.mss --8... ,_ cnce' bj counselors Hush; H i Announce The : bi
Y p Y Brown ana:I N. Eldon Tanner Opening Of
i Featured Conference spcjku' '
will be selected' from among tluC PARK AVENUE
t r General I Authorities of till'!

tf Church These arc nun cf wi ;3 BARBER SHOP BERNARD PARRISHYOUR
1 M experience in government imv:
f: ness education, and rcliu" Across From Plrtle Plaza
(' lejdcrship Their addresses h.ivc'c
! met with universal interest ant, Y'ALL COMEAir

response .
i Conditioned Free Parking
The Conference I Is attended(! in


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AUXILIARY OFFICERS David Cov- back row, Mrs Lillian Miller, director;
ington left. Titusville administrative as- Mrs. Penny Kieffer president; Mrs. Sandy SPECIAL FOR SAT.
sistant, installed the new officers of the Kaiser, vice-president; Mrs. James Brown, ROADS AND HIGHWAYS

new Titusville Fire Department Auxiliary chaplain; first row, left to right, Mrs. Or- C H I C K E U99c a''
Saturday night at the fire hall in the In- pha Gregory, director; Mrs. Myrtle Finch, EDUCATION H
dian River City area. Mrs Margaret treasurer: Mrs Kay Murray, secretary;
Higgs, right social committee chairman, and Mrs Agnes> DeGerald, director.SAPhoto

pins corsage on members. Left to right, ). I CONSERVATION I

Corps Awards Air Force RECREATION
: ;
I Cola Pt
With French Fries. .

Contract; Seeks BidsThe Slaw. Buttered_Roll. WATER CONTROL

Canaveral District of the A second project on which, the to the Command Control facility
Army Coips! of Engineers has Canaveral District is seeking which has! direct! control over a All The Fish You Can Eat' For ALL THE PEOPLE :. I

awarded a $115,700 contract for bids is for installing an unin nubile once it has been launched. Cole SlewBuMer.d
Roll Rv" I .
69c I I
building an addition to the communications terruptable power generating French Fries 6
: building at Patrick unit in the Command Control Bids on this woi,k will be open "Ask Your Friends Who Know Him"
Air Force Base and also has announced Building in the southern part of ed April 23 at 3 p.m. The work
that it is seeking bid the Cape near the Banana River Demo. May 5th Primary
will cost an estimated $80,000.
on two other Air Force projects: The equipment will provide instantaneous
incase Both b'd ip .uitgs will be heldat
at Cape Kennedy. : emergency power
(I'd Pu l. Any' P<1, for by Bernard parrlsb)
the Canaveral District Office
uf This is vital
Awarded the contract to an outage Pirtle Plaza TlluivllU

build a 6800 square foot addi I on Meiritt Is.and! ""
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lion tu the base communicationi TIdCS I

building! was the firm of George High. Low
: T. Sparrow of MaitKmd, The '
contractor has six months to Saturday, April 11

complete the work. 7::Ti a m 1:29 a.m. I
The Canaveral District of &:03 p.m. 1:48: p.m. GOOD NEWS
Army Engineers announced thatit
Sunday, April 12
will open bids on April 21 at
2 p,m. on work to expand the I CI9am):J!) 2:14: a.m.
air conditioning system in the 8:52 p.m. 2.32 p.m.

El(ttrcnii' Research Laboratoryat 1 Monday, April 13
Cape Kennedy. The work i ii ii 9.OJ a tn 3,01 a.m.
i "Ipctl'd lu cost t aU> it $25.000) '0:39 p.iii 3:19: p.m,

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GRMID OPENING Interest for the First Quarter has ])Cell credited( to


; MODELAPARTMENT Your.f Savings Account. Start Saving Now whereyour .

: I;ha; EARN 4% and
.. \ savings annum ( :
) f.110., .1h. t Rtvooling NOW the per
.1iIIt'hitl''' t. elegant model I epartmtnti

Town'_. ..,.. : .17 are compounded) quarterlyCITIZENS (

t ....a"t t florin above the Atlantic .
I... Fry f Ocian. Nvr has therebe .
l..111 f .n an apartment" build- .
Ing to match the facilities a "
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and surroundings It off.n.I .
11111 I One :and two bedroom
.allll apartments are available
r Exquisitely I I,111 furnished
lalllil!! r.unfurnished. Each apart ...... ..., sC. y
n ti. moil' hat Its own private
balcony overlooking the
.a 1.IIIt
.;-/ ocean. Plan a drive ton :
cr :- .Doytona today, where
Teweri"Model Apart. .
: .4 ":) /'Th. are NOW open for I IE'x1TCE i
your lnipt 9 la 6, Sundays 17 te e. BANK ,
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2800 N. ATLANTIC AVE., TELEPHONE. 677-&333
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Mobile Homes

1---- Classified Ads Bring Cash F or Spring Buying. Try 'Em. 267-0331 TRAILERS FOR SAL


Business OpportunityPLAN GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale For Said Help WantedMALI Out..:, D.',. t"Ia
I INFORMATIONDEADLINE dio. Complete information write sizes. Discount prices. colonial Systems. Initailed $ U5. 287- 0".."..
J Btfor State Distributor 4100 7th St '1 V and Appliances, 2300 So. U.S. 3577. BULLDOZER OPERATOR, 267- i1kt:4 I it u* imik
1pm. bay :
I Publication For Wad. 4k Frt. No. St. Petersburg. Florida. .ll 1. 207-4107 2845.: I CM.
U A.M. S*U For Mad. Publication TWO TWIN box springs with legs, 1 ..... .....-Tr>..t trellis.
BE YOUR OWN BOSSI! GARDEN TRACTOR and tools new, bargaIn 267-4470. GUS FAULK CHEVROLET Is now IM tr .. n.ki. .... fit*
\ Titusvllle.customer service type 75.: 2670882. taking applications for experienced
WANT. .AD RATES business for sale at a sacrifice l USED yellow 10 cu ft. 0 E rerigerator : Chevrolet mechanics. See jiotr' t LOCAtIONS
S c nt per word 30" WINDOW fan, electric motor and matching yellow Service Manager. m NO. t, mo M. niti
Minimum Chart; SOU only $1000 initial Investment re
I ) 619 Garden St. Dixie range. $150. $10 down $2 Ito,.. N.w IIm.nll n..h,
) quired. Write Box G, Star-Advo I'h. i\ .-..3f.
CIte for appointment. DRAPES 90 In long, 144 In. wide, weekly. "Use our easy payplan" Income I PropertyCBS ft No. t, ( Ml sepsIs ..5ltIim.
Goodyear Service
: ALL CLASSIFIED!! ADS .l Hacki Mold.
I PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Child Care $10. Baby Bed and Mattress .$10. 315 So. Hopkins, Titusvllle, Ph. AM ,-1""1
Except E.ubll.b.d Accounts 267-3648. .4 Florida. 261.3013.FURNITURE DUPLEX, 12800. 2 bedroom,
I 1 bath, each unit. Convenient to -
CLOSE IN Titusvllle. clean, com JEFFERSON, BUFFALO V nickels 3 rooms" of fiAt schools and shopping. Campbell TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT
rimmed DlipUy Rat Avtlliblt I' fortame home. Experienced. dimes and quarters 214 furniture t bedroom suit .
Associates, Inc., 267 7325
8Ur-Advocat on R.que.1Tile r....".. th* Hour, day or week. 2 7.2210. Julia St. across from theatre, 7 piece dinette ,ii' aU only $13.84 ADULT SECTION trailer., Call 40 x 267 100..0933 Ideal.
>rIvtIegs of rtvlilnc or r J.otlncliMlflcttton Titusville. per month Decor Furniture, 204 Mobile for large
&I17 ad"erll..nwblcla 1\ diiniobJictioiabls WILL CARE for Infants In my N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Rlv- Homes
lod to ob aDr' flu. home. Weekly basis. 267-8157. Je OJft'a I INDIAN large cuts City. Phone 267-7813. TRAILER SPACES
of any .d> rtli.niont 214 St, across from the Large lots. Reasonable rent.
from that ordered to conform to TRAILERS FOR RENT
CHILD CARE FOR working mothers Titusville.
th. policy of tbli paper Theatre SPECIAL PURCHASE! Good transportation to( Cape
thru Call
-Monday Friday.
The Star-Advocate will lOt lie
rtiponilble for more than en. Is.I 267-17(7. Mrs. Headen. 1 USED 17" Crosley TV table 3/4 II. P., F&W HOUSE TRAILER and efficiency FRIENDLY SHORESU.S.
I\. corrlCl Insertion Dor will It b. model. $45. $5 down $1.25 week. Jet Pumps . $75 apartment. Adults. 2671670. No. I, City Limits, Edgewater.
," liable for any error In dvartlao- CHILD CARE by hour, day or ly Use our easy pay plan".
the menu cost to of a the treattr pace lEant occupied than by week. Indian River heights Goodyear Service Store 313: So. WHILE THEY LASTI TRAILERS FOR SALE TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE

lb. Item. In the advertisement AM 5766.. Hopkins Titusville\ Florida. 267-
3013. HEPP SUPPLY NORTHERN MADE Skyline, two 68 x 100 trailer lot, zoned for trail.
For Rent I U. S. 1 South 287-2272 bedroom, complete with air con er 8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W.
Buelneei Office U Halo Ptreet GE FILTER FLO automatic wash. ditioner and washer, 267.:5042. Childre Realty, 2672541.:
Dial AM T-0881 good working condition, $53:
Office Hours a:00 ta B:SO FOR RENT [4101Kb er or what have you to trade. 267. Help WantedNEED BUCKEYE, 8 x 30. 1 bedroom. TRAILER LOTS 93 x 140 ft. Near
I full bath and shcwer, like new U.S. 1, 35 minutes to Cape.
t ,
*fiuum Sytiiult,lot,IM4 VI>tU dittO norni .
Notice I Floor Sanders Polishers 1489.PIANOS COMBINATION presser condition. 267 3884.S3 Terms to SUIt. Tinfow Lenore
Phone AM 3253 "I lure feel sorry for the machine that gets my job I" ORGANSOver and silk finisher Experienced. FT. x 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile I Avenue. AM:\! 7-1481.
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET 200 new and used to choose 2879960. 60( Minute Cleaners.
If You Would Like A home, screened In patio. $2300 Traitor Parts and Service
Baldwin Shopping Center from all makes types, sizes,
equity for $1,000 and take over
1 styles top
For Rent For Rent* payments. 267-7186 after 1
ARTICLES FOR UNfMAC'S Nu-Way Trailer Service
Phone \Mrs Davis Rentals, too, and monthly terms
as low as $800 Reclaimed bar. HOUSEKEEPER, take care T House"We
Representative Bert Rodgers CAPE KENNEDY DUPLEX FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT gains. Every instrument guaranteed children, live in, 2674622 after MOBILE HOME OWNERS "Your Stop Supply
EQUIPMENTSales have it will It
or get
School of Real Estate Law LOW fates, dean rooms for work Streep's 641 N. Orange, 5pm. a LIVE RENT
261.2392Auto Rentals Repairs FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM with men. $10.3. Call 267-6183.: Orlando, GA 4-2401. For Any Make or Model
_. Construction Equipment carporte in IRC. 2673999. WANTED PART-Tlme Bookkeep. 1201 N. Dixie, New Smyrna Beach
Hand Tools WAREHOUSE! FOR RENT EVINRUDE 50 HP outboard mot. ers for 3 to 4 hours In the eve. Tel. 428.5002
Service 88 E Merritt Is. Causeway FURNISHED, TWO BEDROOM or with generator. Low running ning: If Interested please lendresume FREE !
6360160 large rooms and closets, Tile WAREHOUSE NEW 4,000 ft.' time. Excellent condition. 267. to Personnel Manager,
Days 636 8340--Nights bath electric kitchen $110 plus sq. 3380. Post Office Box 82. Titusvllle.\ $20 down payment and $20 a (Continued on Nut Pag)
H & II MOTORS 1003: Tropic St. $200 monthly.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT damage deposit. Phone 267.0748. C. A. Heller 2670476. t Florida. Only experienced! bookkeepers month will buy your own full
IJpdy and Fender Repairs. Auto NEW SPINET PIANO i need apply acre mobile home lot at beautiful '
matic Transmission Specialists. APARTMENT SHARED by 2 men. HOUSES FOR RENT 4200 SQUARE FEET. Immediate Walnut finish, full size only $495. Christmas Park. Become I If you have real I estat,
Kitchen privileges $33 week. Easy terms arranged. GIRL FOR general office work. own landlord. More than
per occupancy. J. W. Chlldre Real. : to sell if
Hwy No 1, 6 ml. North of \Mims. 267-4164 before 6pm. FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM house, tor. 2675563. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Full time job, company benefits. fgJ'r now reside here. or you are
2126 W. Tropic 2676383 Experience helpful but not absolutely Don't buy before you see for looking for choice real
$63 monthly, call Arrow Realty,
Telephone 2675008.Boats UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM essential. Apply W. T. yourself. Only a few lots left.
apartment, tile bath central I 267-7037. For Sale 1 USED 10 cubic foot Philco refrigerator Grant Co". Titusville. estate use our classi-

heat and airconditioned, near SIX ROOM house, kitchen equipped 30. $3 down $123: CHRISTMAS PARK
For SaleEt Pirtle Plaza. $110 monthly. F and S Department Store. 1 TON SEDDERS airconditioner, weekly. "Use our easy pay plan" COCKTAIL WAITRESS for Friday Route :SO -. Christmas, Florida" fied columns.
Phone 2671928.ARTISTIC I 2674424. excellent operating condition. Goodyear Service Store 315 So. and Saturday nights. Apply Phone Orlando 2751727or
US SELL your car or boat. Call 2675263.: Hopkins, Titusvllle, Florida. 267. Macko'i Lounge. U. S. 1, T
Browning Auto Sales. 403: Hop APARTMENT:\ newly TWO BEDROOM house. South 3013. miles south Titusville mile
kins Ave., 267.1520. decorated, completely furnished, Lake, $135 monthly. Ed KItties TWO ONAN engines, 135 hp Evin. north of Orlando Utilities. NiT
airconditioned electric kitchen, Agency, 2670831. rude motor, 20 ft. commercial FURNITURE DISCOUNT! SALES ALLEN REALTY n nIt'a
18 FOOT FLEETWING, 40 hp private driveway, storage, adults iisnermans boat with V-8 motor mattresses greatly reduced at MALI HELP WANTED Cocoa 6303790
Evinrude motor new top, new 904 Indian River Ave. LARGE UNFURNISHED, 3 bed. and 4 wheel trailer 2 wheel warehouse prices. Get them
trailer, tag and registered for room house 2 tile bath, built In trailers, :3x5 Myers pump, G.E. while they last. 2111 Garden St $100 45 HOUR Men 2145. Pass Directions 12 miles west of
1964. 2674519.: FURNISHED MODERN large 2 267.573ior Titusville on) Highway 50 at
; range, carporte, utility, no pets. water pump, etc. Relrs Machine Nldy Shopping Center. out free gifts, take orders. Car
267.8288. Christmas Fla.
bedroom apartment. ,
Building & Const. $125 monthly plus security. 267- Shop, 1 mile north of Minis 26T-1926. and phone needed Protected
FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS closein 2005. FENDER PRECISION electric territory. Call Mr. Silver at

efficiencies, weekly, monthly SUITABLE FOR small businessand WASHER AND dryer twins, take. base guitar Blonde finish with Daytona B ach 252.5284,7.9 onlyor
:.VIDY CONSTRUCTION. resident. rates air conditioned, 417 Julia home combination, 2 bed. up payments. Customer transferred accessories, plus fender leather write Box BF 48 x 8 MAGNOLIA TRAILER 2
IsIs, commercial and remodeling room, 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. See Appliance I Manager case Base guitar list price $279; INVENTORY CLERK must have bedroom excellent condition.
i 1J. years in TitusvlUe Licensed Street.PALM 267-9940. at W. T. Grant, Pirtle Plaza guitar case, list price $60; worth high school education, apply 925: Orlando Road (Rt 50)).
and bonded. Phone AM 7.2328 HOUSEAPARTMENTS .
sacrifice at Excellent
near $330 $200.
TORQUE" WRENCtl 600 Ibs best City Hall, :525 Palm Avenue, LAKES
THREE BEDROO I. 2 bath, Florida condition. Call Ron 267- 1963 GREAT expansion
ENVELOPES'': Business! Sizes room $175 monthly, Ed Kit. offer. 2670439. 0331 or 2(7-7133: after 'I p.m. Titusville. Florida. trailer, 18 t 42 ft., $750 for $1500
Also Kraft Envelopes with l clasp ties Agency 2670831. FOR mechanical equity. Take over payments. 267-
7 for mailing. Full I stock at Star- OPERATOR 7792.
; Advocate. New Excellent Choice FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM, adults I street sweeper apply City Hall, --0 -
.... north \Mims\ 2670933.
Some FurnishedAir 25cCar = I SALESMAN full fenced lot. Must sell'! 267-7481.
You !
Conditioned time benefits. Apply
call 267.1257 after 5 p.m. Job company TRAILER WITH home like addition .
W. T Grant Co., Pirtle on large lot, at Hall's Trail
Moving? Titusvllle, So. U. S. 1 UNFURNISHED NEW 3 bedroom Plaza, Titusvllle. er Park extra furniture,
town house, tiled bath, central WashThis BURGESS Mobile Homes is hereto ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR must priced $i2 g.sp 2676441 I
pretty hard to fill boots
heat and airconditioning, with or serve your housing needs,
FURNISHED APARTMENT, new be qualified master electrician. ttpvcially when it comes
without Near Pirtle Plaza.
LOW LOW RATES 1 I I ly decorated, 1 bedroom Forest $133 monthly range.267-1928 with quality mobile homes at High school graduate or have MOONLANDMobile to moving "know-how". If you
Hills section. AM 7-2941. totally new RAM.JET do.it- prices within your reach. Avail. equal combination of exper. arc planning to move, do the

THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath, $135 yourself 24 hour coin operatedauto able in 10 and 12 ft. widths 48 ienced training Ability to examine Home Sales wise thing and call AM 0128..
Quality Service SEE THIS I Luxurious town house monthly, Ed Kitties Agency, 267. plans and specifications of '
to 56 feet on our Friendly Shores :
apartment. Newly constructed, laundry is absolutely un electric wiring installations QUALITY HOMES AND Think of
0831. proposed
Compare Our Rates central heat and air conditioned, believable '! I The customer Lot, U. S. 1 South of Edgewater. and alterations make In. SERVICE
3 bedroom IV'* bath living room, 2 bedroom, like adults
IRC new, spections of new and existing
Free Estimates kitchen. enclosed garage. ThisIs no pets,. $80. 2676149. 69 can get a car clean Inside and wiring and electrical Instal. U.S. 1 North of Overpass

within walking distance to new p.m. out for less than 60c. Operators On Display Are Such lations. Apply C. B. Talmadge, 1 Titusville 267.5695 FIDELITYSTORAGE
Lowest Interstate Rates From shopping center and schools. Brand Names As: City Manager, 525 Palm Ave.,
Brevard County I I I For information call; G. M. Barley 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath, $135 monthly report earnings of $800.00 to Titusville. Florida. Remember pay your Paper Boy

Realtors 342 WashingtonAve. 2670831, Ed Kittles Agency. $$1,50000 per month. No em LIBERTY & TRANSFER ;
0 2673622.
FOGARTYBros. OFFICES FOR RENT ployees required. $450000 mini.
Transfer Inc
OFFICE SPACE, 1,000 :3d ft. on mum cash required balancecan
CALL COLLECTI I UNFURNISIIED 2 BEDROOM, U.S. 1, excellent location, with be financed. Act today and DOUGLAS Phone AM 7-0223
Cocoa NE 0713! ) refrigerator, built.in range, central ample parking rent all or portion YOU WON'T NEED
Eau Gallie 254-3133 heat and oircondUioning. Call Arrow Realty, 267. own the RAM-JET Auto Wash CHICKASHACome X-RAY EYES tALLIED
2677151. 7037. on U.S. 1, Indian River franchise in your area. Only VAN LINES
responsible investors will be considered See Our Weekend Special. When we show you a house that could be

SEE ROOMS FOR RENT Call or write: 1\111.6363 Save $1,000 on Beautiful 56 x 10 your home, we can tell you all you oughtto

; OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE 2 bedroom Southern Home know: the condition of the plumbing This StandsFor

SLEEPING ROOM .private bath William A. Massey wiring roof, etc.
and entrance. '267 2309.
HOME SUBDIVISION Your Friendly Dealer, QualityThis
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies & Associates Herb Burgess There's no substitute for experience when I II

: Featuring: 3400 for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- 191 WEST FAIRBANKS AVE. buying a house. That's why your safest !\\jlllf! II I

? Winter Park Florida BURGESSMOBILE bet is to rely on a reputable Realtor. Let .. :: :: I
CLEAN ROOMS for working men.
2670234. us put our knowledge to work for you! I ;
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LARGE 75' 110'LOTS

; WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES Local & Long Distance Movers 2201 Edgewater S. Ridgewood Fla. Campbell Associates, Inc. i!

WATER Etc. Realtors .. .
Moving Packing 210 S. Washington 267-7325 :a

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the official Seal of
:: Storage Shipping I
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY the national Association of

FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 Home Builders. Only mem- I

: LOCAL AGENT bers of the National Association ( ,
: From Titusvllle north on
: U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD I. R. C. AreaNew and local associat-
ions allowed
mile to our entrance on right. For free Information FUR STOPAGE1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING are to display

: call 2675586.:: PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE We Are Long modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes this seal:

FH.A. and V.A. Just completed. Pric- I Alexander Construction

: DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! On Buyers ed from $15,950.00 to $20,000.00.Trade Company

:: AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK Short on 1-2-3-5-10 I Broyhill Development

Westwood Manor
Acre Listings, In Your Old HomeWe I Childre Homes Inc.

Lots and : Cowart & Carter, Inc.
RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY Also have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes Cozart Const.
Old I Company;
Dixie HighwayBrick More Lots! under construction. Some with carportsand Fisher Construction Co.

Listing Your double garages. Priced from $18,500: I
5 NEW 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMESIN to 1945000. Builder will definitely Futch Construction Co.

Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, Property Today consider your old home on trade. Callus I John Beach

(Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range May Mean A today! Louis & Brown, Inc.

eowdry eltt JJcightJ; w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of Sale Tomorrow! We have new and used homes in all Northwood Builders, Inc.
I Penziner Bros.
Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. locations. Call for an appointment toGeorge Robert Evans

t : In Beautiful High and Dry Whispering Hills Section. Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to see- Ronald Moretto

Rent Jig. will be Applied 100% to Down Payment. $14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for M. Barley Inc. Tiffany Justice Buildeis, Inc.
: :; Inc.

PHONE 2672756 ANYTIME 267-5437 267-5293 267-2802 >2101WMHIM6TONJ7325 342 S. Washington Utnsrille 28T-382J William Everman
Wingate HomesI

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I Star Advocate Classified AdsContinued I USED CARS


from Proceeding Page I I Real Estate: I Real Estate I Real Estate | Sale or Trade I Scrao: Iron & Metals o

Plumbing Supply | NEW AND USED
I ACREAGE FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE |j GUN'S (repair and ammunition) I
BY OWNER. 3 bedroom with Us
Vi mile south Florida Wonder KING IRON & METALS
SEPTIC TANKS 57.7 ACRES -Barealn for Cash baths, built in utility, and large
LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the _land. Indian River Gun Shop.
-of crt-cast concrete, steel.reln.1 approx.: l tit miles from the city screened porch. 2673673. I homes with advantages you'll Buying Iron, Steel Metals INSPECTED RECONDITIONEDROAD
forced state-approved, sizes 540 I lImit and Airport. of' :New Smy FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bed. like. 3 bedrooms 1V. baths at Schools
,al.., 630 gals.. 735 gals., and 1000 rna Beach High land with rooms. 267-2470.: 12600. $500 down $7938 monthly, 4 Miles South On U.S. No.1 TESTED WARRANTEDWe
gals. Grease traps installed, tanks creek' and excellent drainage In. including P and I., 24 year mort -- Cocoa, FloridaServices
pumped and cleaned drain fields to existing drainage canal. Less NO CITY TAXES on this extra': gage. Large lots. Just south of ELECTRONIC: EDUCATIONi' :
relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman I than $395.00 per acre as owner nice 3 bedroom IHi bath home Whispering Hills Country Club i a guarantee of job security at
Tanks, Inc. needs all cash S. O Shmholser, in Spruce Hills. It has 1200 high wages. Contact FET1.] 103
Septic Phone AM 7- sq. (Route 405) George B. Barley.
4421. P. O. Box 2016 Titusville, I Jr., Owner 1501 N Peninsular, ft. living area and is only 4 I Inc., Titusville, 2673622. King St Coroa. I'honeti372tI.\ Are Proud to Bring to the Car Buying
Florida. GA 88141 New Smyrna Beach. years old. The lot is 133 x 200 --- day or evening. PAINTING:" : by dependable semi-
I ft Priced at $13.500 with 80 per I BEDROOM r. 2 BATH terrazzo IBM TRAINEES: needed., Call 1- retired native terms and refer Public, the Ford 3 WAY WARRANTY. ,
Plumbing & Electrical Supplici j I BUILDERS ACREAGE, 2 blocks cent financing OAK TERRACE I floors carpeted air conditioned roves If desired. Write T. 0. Bo:*
from country Club or lots with i well and dou 7835575. 2Ut.: Tirusvlllc. :
New I 3 bedroom 1 bath deep I sprinkler system McCotter Ford Trade-In Division has been
Smyrna city and water. Readyto .
Plumbing sewage well good location. $12900 only ble carporte good location: paved I -- --
Supplies Inc. build on. Call Baker 287-5530. 1. See The INCOME:" : TAX bookkeeping;
down. May
$1000 LANE: AVENUE: street possession
CompletePfamblif I Whispering Oaks 3 bedroom, I Call 267-2981 after 9 p.m. service. II. Burgess. and Associate in the Used Car Business 22 YEARS, and '
and klrctrkal' SupplleiV Hi bath, room air conditioner Office 267 3731. 1425 South

\ pump Ur Bjritemi. 1'1....-, V.Sprinkler...., FlUlmn Hyitemi EDGEWATER DUPLEX furnish large screen patio, excellent lo 4 well BRENTWOOD planned models ESTATES are now Your Magnolia. Now With The 3 WAY WARRANTY we. .
Capper Tubing I'lii.llc. Pipe ed, close In. S7;OIl Park Ave cation $15500 with $1000.
1232Ll Canal ht Fixtures-New" ,Smyrna Wire. Eta Beach nue Realty, Fla.103 E. Park Saturdays Ave., George 2673622.M. Barley Inc., Phone utes open.from Brentwood downtown Estates Titusville Is min., Printing Needs! (Continued; en Next Page) offer the Best Deal in the Auto Sales Field. .
Open .
Phone 428-2705 West on Garden Street. FHA

Sun.-Nites-Holldays 423-9923 NEW$500 TWO down bedroom$80 monthly., 1 bath Large home 3, $85 VA, 2.3.4 monthly bedroom includes homes,every.from U. S. No.1 I near Nova Prime Listings: Stop by and see why McCotter's is sellingmore

HOUSES FOR SALB bedroom 2 bath home with thing. 267.7142 or NE 6-8387.
Real Estate Florida room and double car 1 1. 135' x 3IV, Grove, 1 bedroom frame home $12,000. cars than ever. Check the Cars list-
porte, $300 down. $94 monthly.) LOTS FOR SAL!
3 BEDROOM, 1V4 bath, screened Call Wessner Realty. 2677125. 2, 600' x 1000' ((26 acres). No.1 1 to River County taxes ed Below Covered by Ford's 3 Way War
10 ACRES at $450 lot irconditioning I ,
wooded ,
per acre 29'; porch large
----- ATTENTION BUILDERS 6 lots, only, no present!! mortgage. Owner will trade for
down balance 5 years 10 acres low down payment LEASE WITH option or trade. as is. $2200 each. Shady Oakssubdivision I inland
at $SoW per acre all cash. 10( bank financing, $11,000.( 2671580. Newly renovated approx.:: 1700 large storage ware grove, or improved ranch farm, or what have ranty.
acres at $550 per acre 29'; ----- sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1 bath Country house and small house included. you.
down balance 3 Call
years. home with rich fertile
one acre
offer 3 bedroom, Call owner. 2675963. 3. U. S. No. I Corner
Wessner Realty. 2677125. on $3200 land. Also tractor with imple gas station, restaurant and
2 bath aireonditioned, double ments. Located near U.S. No. 1 store 300' on No. 1 $50,000 total, terms to qualified :""? ,
ACREAGE FOR SALE carporte on large! shady fencedlot and north county line. Contact buyer. @@ -
---- 1429 Oak Terrace 267-1933. owner, AM 73858. Price at $IS,- IT STANDSFOR y
[1,959( FT. ON BY. 46 IN: GENEVA SOUTH LAKE 3 bedroom all 750 suitable terms. 4. 200' x 600' on Indian River North, plus fine Improve. 0
runs back to county road Includes month. All ments $25,000.
fenced In $400 $64
$850 DOWN, 3 bedroom, air conditioned
corner with big potential
kinds' of fruit trees roses,
32-acre tract all\ high a top. shrubs. FHA qualify. 4254 Ala. double carporte and 5. 335 Acres 4 lakes, beautiful rolling country, commuting 1963 T-BIRD H.T $3995Loaded
family room No.
acre notch easy Investment terms. at T. W$600 Mero per chua Ave.WHISPERING. Drive Forest Hills, Mr. Evans INTEGRITY distance to Cape Kennedy, $90,001)!) with and Factory Air.

Broker Sanford 322.2481 for ap OAKS 3 bedroom, 2673267. I terms.

pointment. 2 with bath sidewalks family ,room$900 corner down, lot no QUICK CASH for your house eq Ny A.S rrLz 6. Rentals; 1 bedroom, furnished fine frame home, 3 WAY WARRANTY -

closing costs 1706 Smith Dr. So., uity 2673262. 1 New Smyrna Beach downtown area, close to \VinnD -
Please call 2671779.( I BEDROOM, 2 bath, new, low Jli: River and Canal Street. $95 month, first and 1962 FORD FAIRLANE $$1395
BUILDERS down payment. Nicest section In last, no children, please.
2: BEDROOM 1 BATH convenientto
Titusville. Forest Hills.] 267.3564
V-3 Radio and Heater.
schools and $9900. ,
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7 40 land
acre rolling $6500 total, terms.
WANTED 3 BEDROOM! 2 bath clean LUXURY LIVING new brick 1
Gardendale home 14500. Good veneer 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, fs r 8. 6 Acre rolling tract $1500 per acre, south of Edge- 3 WAY WARRANTY -
"FOREST HILLSESTATES" financing available to qualified built in range and oven dish
This is the official seal of the water, Fla.
buyer. Campbell Associates Inc. washer and disposal intercom

2677325. with. heat AM and and FM alrconditioncd radio, centraloil I Estate National Boards A.aoclation Only members of Real Check this office, 6 miles north of Oak Hill blinker 1962 CHEV BEL AIR $$1695

ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT FOR SALE BY owner, custom de. wood burning fireplace, wall to of the Association may display fight, for other fine listings that are new on the market. 4 Door Radio and Heater.
$3000 Per Lot! signed IMi bath, 3 bedroom, Phone New Beach
wall carpet, double car garage, this teal. And only those who Smyrna 427-7111 anytime.
CHAS. JANNARONE Florida room or 4 bedroom with fully\ landscaped, corner lot, 3 WAY WARRANTY -
large kitchen separate dining display this seal may call) them
$27.500. For appointment 267-
Titusville Shopping Center room situated on wooded >* 1928. selves Realtor Sara L. Raynal Real EstateRoute '

I AM 7.3441 see acre now lot. to Away choose from paint city colors taxes, George M. Barley, Jr., No. 2, New Smyrna Beach, FloridaWE'RE 1962 METOR CUSTOM $$1395
bath fixtures and appliances. ENVELOPES Business Slzeifor Inc
Excellent down payment. 267- mailing. Full stocK at Star. Bryan-Conway & V-8, Automatic, Radio and Heater. *

f AWNINGS 3004. I Advocate. Winstead, Inc. ...
E f BY OWNER 3 bedroom. 1 bath I Campbell Associates, REALLY LONG ON
I .For Home or Trailers Cabanas home. Must leave area. 70 Lake. I

Carports Utility view, 2675851 HARVEY J.Inc.W. Childre, Realtor USED CAR VALUES 1961 FORD GAX H-T $$1295:
Screened and Florida] Rooms. 3 BEDROOM I, 2 bath by owner.
1 Whispering Hills area. Phone 267- Danenburg's Beach DURING OURSItES V-8, Radio and Heater, Clean e
No Money Down! 4572. REAL ESTATELICENSE Realty I
Real Estate
LOVELY bedroom, 2 bath home, SCHOOLStart 0 Duffy's
'N. Brevard Awning spacious carpeted living room,
built-in kitchen, air-conditioned this Tuesday 7 P. Ii!. Edwards Realty rm
S 287.63SaoreZ67.2779 fenced yard well, many extras. attend first session as our guest. Ed Kitties Agency 1960 FALCON 4 DOOR $$695
j 108 Thornton Ave. AM 71659. HOWELL'S
I. Good Gas MiI a e.3WAYWARRANTY.
BUSINESS COLLEGE L. B. Newman, Realtor ;
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1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1) Sydney Schwartz tl CADILLAC Door Air Con- $?895 -
: 267.1161 M. N. Weir & Son, Inc ditionmg, Full Power

it SYDNEY REALTOR ______ __ ___ 1959 PLYMOUTH $$5951,I
.---. - -- n n n
:1 TWAiu ,- 83 CHEVROLET: "1m pal." Station
Wagon VI. Powerrlido Transmit $$2695
Belvedere V.8 Automatic
E lion Powersteerlng.!.t R_All _

82 FORD "XL 500", 2 dr. Sport' '
rot1R BEST INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Across ; V8 Automatic '''ransmlsPowerstecrlnj \7* 195 tOOK FOR THE A.ISIICXIRFORA .
from Parkway School and Pirtle Shopping Center, Radio and IleaCoupe' ter V *

We offer the finest business property value In Titus- e-D -- I DIPINOABLI iur> T R U C K S

I ville. :26650! feet on Highway 405, 301 feet deep. .i NEW HOMES REMODELING ROOMS 62 CHEVROLET "Impala" 2 door f*)4f\r ONLY AT YOUR
{S Super Sport Coupe, V8,1'owerglide, \/WS
'! J 6000 sq. feet building, paved parking area FREE ESTIMATES & PLANS Radio and Heater T '


i Use the property for your own business. Rent it CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION

t, for an excellent return. Excellent capital gain op 2676789DUFFY'S

portunity. '

2 f FOR LEASE with option to buy if desired. 3 bdrm., 1 Si zi 1962 CHEVY /' TON $$1395' .

i i bath home, located near Parkway Junior High andv
Whispering Hills Elementary Schools. Convenient-
I')} in nice residential 1961 GMC TON S $
ly located near shopping a area. U. S. No. 1 and Hwy 46 Mims / '..' $1095. ;

[SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, Realtor 2 61 door BUICK Hard"LaSabre"Top V8, $$1695180 I; FORD Sedan Falrlane.Automa-4 tft\F" ,

1141 S. Hopkins Ave. See Us FOR: Automatic Tranimls- tie Transmission V8. y"JJTJ* '
Titusville, Florida e. lion, Poweriteering, R IL I _,_ 1960 FORD / TON $$995

AM 7.6100 or 6101 ; ; Air"S9 CHEVROLE7"'Bet 2 Door Sedan, $$8'?95
I 10 ACRES, High and Dry, well located North of Mims. 81 RAMBLER Classic fV-8
EXPERIENCE{ DOES COUNT Custom 4 door sedan, $$1095 '4 1959 FORD 45S5- $$1195: l
4 EXCELLENT Producing Groves. 8 cyl., R H 57 CHEVROLET "Bel
Air" 4 door sedan, $$695 S. t
BEAUTIFUL 2 Bedroom House On Large Lot. V8. Power IldeTrans.
Walk School' 80 FORD, V8. Air Ranch condition-Wa.$$1095 1 mission, Powersteering'PowerFan 1949 INTERNATIONAL VAN
Kids to brakes, Radio and Heater. $$149
U. S. NO. 1 HIGHWAY Frontage, Numerous Tracts. Tran .-. __ -_
If mission -
Radio and Heater. 58 FORD Ranch Wa.
WAREHOUSE 13,000 Sq. Ft., with Railroad Siding. _, I Son 4 door, VS Automatle $$895Powerateerlng 1
For Rent, Sale, or Lease. TransmlMlon I ,
I M PONTIAC "Vontura" f .: ,_Radio_ Heater( 1958 CHEVROLET $$1095.
Moms Love the Kitchens! 115 ACRES 3 Miles North of Mims. Ideal for Develop 4 door, auto-$1295 -
mltic Transmission I Camper 4-Speed 6 Ply Tires.
ment. Shown 59 CHVRO L$695 :
\\Jg by appointment. Powersteerinj, Radio & Heater, I Ton Pick-Up t;

Dads Relax in Comfort! : !

HUNTER DUFFY'S REAL ESTATE qttJ: 5ault ChevroletaiiJ Mc Cotter Ford

$16 00 FHA
1026 S. HOPKINS AVE. air._
IN Phone 297-1234 730 S. WASH -
267-S221 "




AA PAYMENT J (!attli $15,000 TO $19,000 i


A Community Of Fine Homes In Tifusville II UTVt $4<50 Homes mulcted to 1900 sq. ft minimum.

FHA PAYMENT Only i Miles West of US..1011 Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC. j

3200 Garden St., Tltuxvill
THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2672531Prkf.y


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flIassified f I

.9e -B Tltuivllle (Plerld.III.) A 4....et. Friday, April 10, 1964 j j1

I 'a.wt. b Shp rawt EeblUl t StHdr /

Ads -1 Cub Pack 320 Holds Mardi Gras r a

/ /: Cub Scouts from Pack 320 re, their 1.year pins were: Mike Mel- The next act the
'I Wanted To Buy was trained added humor to the skit. This
I cently held their Mardi Gras at len, David Martin and Sam Di chimps from Den 3 and their was performed by Den 6. [:]

Sand POint. Cubmaster Frank Gristme. David Martin earned trainers who handled the six
UsED papcrbacksT" a Cubmaster Keller wishes to
CLEAN I Keller led the pledge to the flag silver arrow on Wolf and Sam chimps with the greatest of ease,
types. fixing to Indian River express his thanks to all the Den
and Special guests introduced by Di Gristme received his Well putting them through
Coin and News. Magnolia! Plaza numerous Mothers, committeemen and parents
4-9 p.m. Keller were Jim Patton, district badge. routines Including playing mus who helped in setting up the a SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY

sed USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto scout executive; Willis Morton, Den 3 Ronald Hartman earned ical instruments, dancing and booths and making the costumes .

Pans. AM ".3ti/j/\// assistant district commissioner his Lion badge and a gold ar clowning like real monkeys. The ; the We blocs. who handledthe FAMOUS SWIFT'S
Free (Canaveral Area), and Pat Brad- row on Bear; Ray Hartman his boys for this act all had similar
selling of( hot dogs and cokes,
l\. Tilt. 1111/11'r I 01 HI, MMIIM
tion. shaw assistant to Morton. These
l ul//11 l < IKI 1.II', l I\ tMIMIKIIK Bobcat pin. costumes with detailed work going under the leadership of Jack Gold Crest
.,' Sill IIMNM. ftltlh III- guests also served as judges for Den 9 Randy Miner received into the headpiece. .
Martin the Stereo Store for
J I"HII", l> 111n.lfI.1 \>l MM.' ; supplying
the grand parade.
ice \... his Wolf badge and a gold and The crowd was next entertained the PA system and to the ICECREAM
KIMI-t( IIKillWAV SAVINGS The following winners wire silver arrow on Wolf. One yeax by the Minstrel Band (from for CFhS7
BARK a New Yolk corj.Oor.tlun.1"1..I"urf. selected from the special guests coming to this
: many contestants pins went to Mark 1 Miller, Tony Den 7 After clacking a few occasion

and VlXTO.s'STbWAKT.:- n. ; el nl.Dtdindnnli.. : McGlone, Mark Smith and Jeffrey jokes they gave their rendition of 'pli
The King and first place winner
late! Gray. i "Oh Suzanna" and then the "Can '
:>/1'rlK: or m ii' for the boys was the ""Thin Vz Gallon
Den T Two new Bobcats from Can Dancers" made their
No ;: TO: loan A. I>klewart whuia Man, Gary HungerforJ; 2nd this Den were inducted into the dressed in tights and fliLEJ
resilience In unknown. place, Michael Vllleneauve anj Pack, Henderson who broke I 49c 44g111k
Nulls Ii hereby given' that stilt Raymond Henderson, who atiti Gas has b,01. riled lu lhe above In.lien were Michael Vllleneauve. Timmy the crowd with their unique \cr I
Iml Court '.ain" l you and iimlnI dressed as girls and pushed) a I. 1 I / limit 2IVORY
i \ lion St,'wart, Cuuuit AIIKUlatra Dickson earned his Bear badgj alma of "Dollie With the Hole In
baby buggy "Mr. Machine",
In i.. and tie felled. HIHlM ; .
and gold and silver arrow o. Her Stocking" The boys proved '
of >iii Bear versatile with their 41 Plec.
ll mi above ahown to be very
The Queen, first place winner ,
You lie hereby required to file Pack 320 also revived "high: kicks" even though they
your timwnr or written ilefen.cii.ir for the girls, was captured by an rI I SNOWReg
ly an/ In the above proceeding.. ; with Susan Porter as "Little Bo award. Willis Morton, assistant had trouble keeping in unison e299
the Clerk of this Court and to icrva district commissioner, prrscntcej with each other. ,
i a copy' thereof upon I Beep"; 2nd and 3rd places went / 37c large box
anti'address: \ :
alton"eyo whose name Cubmaster Keller with a trophyfor The finale was the pantomine
sales to Martin sisters, Holly as the"Ballerina" ..
appear hereon, on or before thr11th I of popular Ivory
ele outstanding leadership and of( "The Beatles", Dress. I 1et'! to 2 5c
lUy of Flay 11)61. the nature of and Margaret as version I
2244 thli proven tIii bring a cult to for achieving harmony in the II gentle to the hands 1LIet
foreilom the lien of .a mortgage on "Mary and Her Little Lamb". ed with wigs and homemade instruments .
mE .the following ili-avrlhnd |irui| rtyItuiti After the parade the booths Pack for the past two years. J these boys had the I .wth, .ou..n thr.ueh. Mender fIn

209 to wit: In Urevaril County Florida were opened and the Cubs assisted Among the side shows were girls in the front row (also Cubs>

Lot UNIT 1. NO.2 rtlotk,T.a In ubdlvlnlon TIN. BRIDGES according the Den Mothers in handling four skits starting with Den ) squealing and swooning when E1

to map or plat thereof the public. and the "Spike Jones Band" and they started singing "I Want to COUPoReddi \
recordedn Public.. / Plat Hook 12,, Page Awards were presented by Mr. their version of "She'll be Coming Hold Your Hand". The lead sing.
29 Record uf IJrevard
County, Florida. Dickson to the following boys: Around the Mountain", accompanied er had a little difficulty keeping Starch

1958 -I 267.7931.'I DONE, AND OKUKHKU: : at TI. Den 1 Dennis Daubs, gold by their Den Mother, his homemade guitar together, ,1 J
tuivllla Urevtrd County mule of
witn; Horiiln, lull nth day of April, 1M4.: arrow on Bear; David Grimm, Eileen Herman, on the accord. plus the problem of keeping his I 10 PIECE SOFA BED Reg 98c aerosol I-
CURTIS K. HAKMKrt! Group Value $169.95 cone
gold;: arrow on Bear; Gregory Ian. mike from falling, all of which -
Clerk of
17 of the Clrcull Court Reddi
fly V. S. Kpanclcr l D.1'' Herman, Lion badge and a gold VII Starch. Spray 46C
new IlOFHa! .WIOHT, & ItUItFlIItDAmerican and silver arrow on Lion. (1 I 23-os. can
National Bank lllilg
fORD !'.. O I'tlarcburg Box llaSHHt 33, Florida' Den 6 Boys who received llml I with .ua.n Ihr.h Monday 6/17 I II

1983 Attorney for Plaintiff. Null.(. .( ll.l.lri. ..' /nA IrWENAVE fi
Apr. 10, IT, 24, May 7 (frl) 1W4.IN CITY Of TITli M\ ll.l'.fc.: MOKIIIlKttumllnc wu Any STOMP EM
19RO 2 .Honda. = Chinch
Th. City of Tltuavllle) Florida
Tilt UKI't If IOIHT. IN -
will receive at It* stiles at 6:6: fahn SUNFRESH
\\lt' tUH peon (Olli) M. 11.011- Bugs :
Avenue. Tltuivllle, Florida, on the r ;;
2" IIIAI 2 th day of April, 1M4.\ until Ml'm. :,' !*N I
Aft*: Ml NIC IKIII (ITeOI,) a .. KMT, sealed tender or bill of r Fungus 1. 0:; MILDEWCIDE
r ... UUItTIlUOU! K. TBi'l'V!: refunding bond, dated 9/1/41 Issued 284 '
PLAINTIFFJAMES : l by aalil City for redemption. or 10 PC. ;,
O. TKI'LV.: imrihuee at the lowest price and to Worms BEDROOM
the extent that toots are available Group ; '
kins MIKimt'H DKKKNDANTXITIl'K The City reserves the right to 4.p' 1h.t41! \ If you lies 'In lh. Cantral Flar.Ii .
: ; or HIKN.ill.a
In h"r"by l given that 1,, reJoU any or all bill' Fertilization W i ;J'' .. \ Ida trt -you nt.d thil pock
II .
31 LK1CH( M. WII.MIN) Dharlff of 1 s. ago lunihino 'In your clout.Rag.
lirevaril, County, Florida, under and CLEVELAND!; : TALMADUE AfCaf. ... ':::'!:- q I 79c
1957. ; by virtu of a writ of K cullon City Manager
ning heretofore Immed out of the above Apr 10 lFrl<< > 11)1)4.) '
entitled court on the :2 r; :
--M cause March have 19B4,levied In the upon above the follow-alylod NOTICE 18 NOTICE HEREBY: GIVEN EVERY SATURDAY NIGHTDANCING i::. ..': \ 31 R

leg dencrlbed property iliuata lying that It la the Intention of the under- F
and being In Brevard County. shoed corporation to engage. In a
Florida, to-wlt! buxlucai nterprla. under the fintltloua R
IWft. Falcon 4 door sedan ID No. name of MERCHANTS!: COL. I 21 PC. DINETTE
f.''KU M 2H0636 LECTION AGENCY located at ltil6 1 ''a DOG
) E Value
awe Florida Llrenne 19D. H6 New Haven Avenue, In the City of Group_ SUS
a* III* property of th* above nameddrtendant Melbourne, Brevard County, Flor --
and that on the 13th day lila: soil la register the salt I name t 1IIi.J E I
of May. 19*>4, between the le.alhOllr. At The I
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Sturdy woven willow dog or pet baskets -
of mile namely eleven o'clockIn of Bravard County Florida. .4
the forenoon, and two clock' In Those Intcreated In call enterprise, ?rti LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE I assorted sizes to fit most any pet
the afternoon on laId day, at the and the extent of the Intereal of L TITUSVILLE LODGE NO. 1962 MATHER
front Door of th* Brevard county .
each la a* followa: 2.95 value
Court Houm, Tltuavllln, Florida I Virgil' H. Apk 15 shares of stock Reg.
will offer for aisle and mill to the, Julia: C. Apk. 4 shares of stock 9:00 TO 1:00: NO COVER CHARGE LIVE ORCHESTRA OF NEW SMYRNA
bidder for ca.h. In hand,
highest I"mea tbbl 1 .her. 01 stock
tli, above described property aa'hproperty e *
Free VEE-M-JAY COltPORATIONty 524 Canal St.
of laid ili'feiulalit.. to calla I 1 Mil North Ml U.
) Vlrcll H. ApkePresident mi on S. No.1 Stml Formal
6 fy raid execution. Said property will Phone GA 8-4131 16.6hll.
be cold aubjoct) to all prior record Man 21), 27. Apr. a, 10 (FrO) 19A4.
.d l/ene. I
LEIGH g iWiLso\j. Shcrlflllrevard r
County, Florida .
By Ell>abeth M Conner
Deputy Sheriff
Apr. 10, 17. 24 May 1 (P'rl.) 196i.

call Be. OWl Gacit" aB/Owg "tftc. Feuo tjl f MAALOX Aag,1,59li 89 Em

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OUTLET I Inc. SHOPPING monihlyY, .' coupon for $1.50 to moro thin compensate' you \..1f.l. *!_.

CENTER !(' for the pal you use to drive to Rocket City. 't SPINCAST Weedless SproatHOOKS

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